Financial Technology

Financial Technology

October 09, 2012

nProtect Introduces nProtect Mobile Security

nProtect Inc., a global player in Internet security solutions, has unveiled the nProtect Mobile Security for safe mobile banking and payments.

nProtect Mobile Security provides financial institutions and their users with a safe mobile environment for banking and payments against mobile threats including fake apps and malwares to protect valuable personal information and assets.

The solution secures mobile devices including smartphones and tablets against anti-phishing and powers app protection, key pad protection, Wi-Fi access control, and many other features to protect users and ensure a safe mobile environment during banking and payments, while reducing the risks of identity theft and fraudulent mobile transactions.

Back in February, nProtect Inc. expanded significantly through its newly established office located in Silicon Valley, Calif. The Silicon Valley office will serve the U.S., Canada, and Latin America markets to meet the sales and support demands for safe and trustworthy online banking transactions.

The company also offers the nProtect OnlineSecurity (NOS) offering which is a cloud-based Software-as-a-Service (SaaS (News - Alert)) that provides safe online environments to end-users using online banking and e-trading. The B2B2C service model allows financial institutions to protect their end-users from exponentially growing financial threats.

In 2011, the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) updated its Security Guidance to encourage financial institutions to meet core requirements of layered security, risk assessment and customer awareness and education. NOS helps financial institutions meet all these requirements are more.

nProtect Inc. is expected to strengthen sales and marketing activities with R Systems International (RSI), a collaborative U.S. partner. RSI is one of the biggest providers of outsourced product development and customer support services.

Edited by Jamie Epstein

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