Forrester Uncovers Trends in E-Signature Implementation

Electronic signature is a prerequisite and an important enabler for digital business. Organizations now have the tools to replace hybrid paper-digital processes with fully digital ones. However, most organizations have only begun the long journey of becoming digital businesses. This can’t be achieved without e-signatures, which keep processes 100% digital by automating straight-through processing and eliminating the need to drop to paper for signatures and approvals. In Forrester Research’s recently... Read more The post Forrester Uncovers Trends in E-Signature Implementation appeared first on VASCO Data Security - Blog.
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Blockchain: The Future of Digital Lending?

Blockchain is one of the more exciting – and often misunderstood – emerging technologies. It essentially offers the ability to record and track transactions in a decentralized database (often referred to as a “ledger”). When a transaction occurs, everyone who has permission on the network knows about it. It’s tamper-proof and everything happens in real-time. This has disruptive implications for the banking and lending industry, which today uses other processes... Read more The post Blockchain: The Future of Digital Lending? appeared first on VASCO Data Security - Blog.
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Keeping Customer Data Safe in the Digital World

Recent data breaches and malware phishing attacks have unfortunately become the “new norm” in today’s digital world. Cybercriminals target Internet users of all stripes to gain access to online accounts associated with an email address, such as online banking. A consumer alert from the IRS reported a 400% increase in online phishing and malware attacks during the 2016 U.S. tax season. Phishing attacks resulting from successful data breaches and stolen... Read more The post Keeping Customer Data Safe in the Digital World appeared first on VASCO Data Security - Blog.
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Using Mobile as an Upselling Channel in Financial Services

We rely on our bank’s mobile app to check balances, pay bills and transfer money electronically. But mobile consumers want (and expect) to do more. The logical next step, then, is to enable consumers to conduct all of the services offered online (and at their physical branches), on their mobile devices. That’s easier said than done. Most financial institutions have developed mobile apps that don’t provide adequate mobile capabilities and access to... Read more The post Using Mobile as an Upselling Channel in Financial Services appeared first on VASCO Data Security - Blog.
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