The Connected Smart Card solution from Tyfone honored for excellence by panel of industry leaders. PORTLAND, Ore. – Sept. 10, 2013 – Tyfone (www.tyfone.com), a mobile secure transaction and secure ID solutions provider, announced today the company has been named [...]
A new survey showed that most credit unions rate their mobile banking solutions from above average to good, but short of great. That's one of the results from CUCollaborate LLC's inaugural 2015 Mobility Satisfaction & Functionality Survey Report.
- September 29, 2009 Scope This document constitutes a white paper on the principal requirements of Mobey Forum on mobile financial services. In this document, the security requirements and technical aspects of mobile financial services are discussed. Furthermore, current and emerging mobile technologies are evaluated together with Mobey Forum requirements. Mobile financial services cover mobile banking services, mobile local payments, mobile remote payments and mobile trust services such as identification and authentication
The Financial Industry is today issuing electronic payment products to its customers mainly in the format of plastic cards. Other key financial services, such as banking and brokerage, are now being increasingly handled through the Internet in most cases. Large-scale deployment of these services in the mobile channel is expected to bring numerous benefits, such as:
Mobile phone payments Hardware and software from Tyfone can be licensed by financial institutions to offer mobile-phone-based banking and payment applications
the financial sector has three key requirements for successful ass-market mobile financial services: the services must be (1) easy-to-use, (2) secure and trusted, and (3) based on commercially viable business models. While a wide range of enabling technologies have improved usability, the lack of a hardware-based Security Element (SE) in mobile handsets as well as the absence of feasible business models to support its implementation have left the financial sector concerned.