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Signicat snags EUR1.6 million in EU funding to create digital ID framework
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Signicat snags EUR1.6 million in EU funding to create digital ID framework

25 January 2018  |  5964 views  |  0 comments | 11 tweets | 10 linkedin

Norway's Signicat has secured €1.36 million in phase two funding from the EU's Horizon 2020 programme with the objective of creating a fully-compliant ID assurance and digital onboarding toolbox for use by European financial institutions.

BBVA-backed Covault launches digital ID protection app
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BBVA-backed Covault launches digital ID protection app

06 December 2017  |  9244 views  |  0 comments | 5 tweets | 4 linkedin

A digital ID startup backed by BBVA has launched a mobile app that uses biometrics and private key technology to help users securely store, share and verify their identities and documents.

Belgian banks bid to banish passwords with itsme app
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Belgian banks bid to banish passwords with itsme app

12 September 2017  |  12315 views  |  4 comments | 16 tweets | 29 linkedin

Belgium's major banks and mobile network operators have joined forces to create an app that lets people replace their various online usernames and passwords with a single code or fingerprint.

Huge Equifax breach hits 143 million consumers
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Huge Equifax breach hits 143 million consumers

08 September 2017  |  8413 views  |  2 comments | 5 tweets | 14 linkedin

Credit referencing firm Equifax has reported a cyber-breach which spilled the personal details of approximately 143 million US consumers.

Briton extradited from Germany over bank cyberattacks
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Briton extradited from Germany over bank cyberattacks

31 August 2017  |  9594 views  |  0 comments

Daniel Kaye, a 29 year old from Surrey, has been extradited from Germany to face allegations that he was responsible for a series of cyberattacks against two UK high street banks - Lloyds and Barclays.

Australia blames bitcoin for rise in organised crime
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Australia blames bitcoin for rise in organised crime

24 August 2017  |  20764 views  |  0 comments | 11 tweets | 23 linkedin

The growth of online banking and digital currencies haver been cited as the main causes of a massive rise in organised crime in Australia's financial sector according to the country's criminal intelligence agency.

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