RSA signs Commerce Bank for two-factor authentication
14 December 2004 | 5149 views | 0
US regional Commerce Bank has introduced RSA SecurID two-factor authentication to secure mobile and remote access to online accounts for 4000 employess and corporate customers.
The RSA SecurID solution has been implemented company-wide to provide secure access to custom applications and files for employees working offsite. Corporate customers have also been issued with SecurID key fobs and software tokens for accessing confidential account information when executing online transactions. Users are required to identify themselves with a password and the six-digit random code generated by the RSA token.
Mark Price, information security analyst at Missouri-based Commerce Bank says: "The response from customers has been very positive, with most indicating they feel a higher level of assurance that their banking information will be kept private."