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A&T Bank chooses Kobil for online banking security

05 February 2014  |  1225 views  |  0 Source: Kobil

KOBIL, a market leading trendsetter in the production of innovative technologies in the data and digital identity sector, joined forces with A&T Bank, the first ever specialized Turkish bank in commercial transactions across Turkey, Middle East and Northern Africa.

Within the scope of recent cooperation, AST (Application Security Technology), an innovative solution by KOBIL will protect A&T Bank's online banking services for its clients.

The main difference of the AST solution, which ensures security of operations at numerous banks abroad, the large majority of shares being in Swiss and German banks, from its counterparts, is that it automatically performs the majority of security operations thus providing the utmost convenience for the end user. In addition to two-factor authentication, the AST solution secures the banks' websites and mobile applications with a software security layer. Thus the customers will not encounter the risk of cyber-attack whilst performing operations even on public computers and smart phones not equipped with firewall software. KOBIL's solution, designed to work on all platforms and devices including iPhones, iPads, Android and Windows, automatically ensures security, thus eliminating the end user's possible concerns and greatly benefiting the banks through increased customer satisfaction.

A&T Bank will be the 13th bank in Turkey that KOBIL provides security technologies. AST solution will be used by A&T Bank by the second quarter of 2014.

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