Whether by smart phone, tablet or laptop, mobile banking is where customers and their institutions are headed - and so are the fraudsters.
As banking institutions globally roll out more services through the mobile channel, security leaders are challenged to stay a step ahead of the evolving risks. But what are today's top threats, and what are the emerging security components institutions must put in place to take advantage of new mobile opportunities?
Register for this session to learn first-hand from a leading banking/security practitioner, as well as the CTO of a major security solutions vendor:
Top security considerations when rolling out a mobile strategy;
The truth about mobile malware and other fraud threats;
How to influence end-user behavior;
Emerging trends in mobile payments, authentication and regulation.
Mobile banking may be the single biggest innovation the global banking industry has seen. From smart phones to tablets and laptops, banking customers are pushing their institutions to roll out more mobile services.
But these same customers also represent one of the biggest threats to mobile banking. Having no control over what customers do on their mobile device - from the third-party apps they download to potentially dangerous links in e-mails and SMS text messages they click on - security leaders must find a delicate balance between growing their mobile channel while managing fraud risk.
And user behavior is only one threat vector. Mobile banking is also threatened by the proliferation of third-party apps, unsecured wireless networks and the evolution of mobile malware.
At the same time, the mobile landscape is evolving with new opportunities in mobile payments (including P2P) and authentication (such as biometrics).
How does the banking/security leader balance the mobile banking demand, threats and future business opportunities?
In this webinar, Matthew Speare of M&T Bank - a pioneer in mobile banking - will discuss how he achieves this delicate balance, offering insights on:
What to consider when rolling out a mobile strategy;
How to understand - and respond to - user behavior;
Future trends, including the question: Will U.S. regulators issue mobile guidance?
Joining Matt will be Sam Curry, CTO of RSA. He will offer bleeding-edge insight on:
The evolving payments landscape;
The facts on mobile malware such as Citadel;
Emerging mobile authentication options, including biometrics.
Sam Curry currently servers Chief Security Officer for Cybereason. Previously, he served as Chief Technology and Security Officer at Arbor Networks, where he was responsible for the development and implementation of Arbor's technology, security and innovation roadmap. Prior to that role, he spent more than seven years at RSA (the Security Division of EMC) in a variety of senior management positions, including Chief Strategy Officer and Chief Technologist and Senior Vice President of Product Management and Product Marketing. Curry has also held senior roles at Microstrategy, Computer Associates, and McAfee.
Executive Vice President & Enterprise CIO, Regions Bank
Speare joined Regions in 2013 and serves as the head of governance and integration. Regions is a top U.S. bank-holding company headquartered in Birmingham, Ala., with $117 billion in assets, operating approximately 1,700 banking offices in 16 states. In this role, Speare has responsibility for information security; check, ATM/debit, and credit card fraud operations; and systems integration for consumer, business and commercial banking groups. Prior to assuming his current role in 2013, Speare was the chief technology officer for M&T Bank, an $82 billion financial institution based out of Buffalo, N.Y.