How the Edge Improves Microservices

Microservice architecture has transformed the way we develop and operate our applications. Microservices aren’t a technology or a programming language. Instead, they create a structure for designing and building applications based on the idea that the individual functions of a website should operate independently. From this simple concept comes a multitude of benefits including:

December 22, 2020

How to (better) implement secure APIs in an Open Banking Partnership – Part Two

March 28, 2019 How to (better) implement secure APIs in an Open Banking Partnership – Part Two CEO Suni Munshani’s blog How to (better) secure APIs in an Open Banking partnership – Part One talked about the business advantages of taking a holistic approach to protecting data for compliance with multiple regulations and initiatives and highlighted some great advice from Open Banking consultant, Jon Scheele. In this sequel blog I’ll…

March 28, 2019

Key Considerations for Selecting a Consumer Authentication

The EU’s Payment Services Directive II (PSD2) has generated many questions from the financial services and payments industry. So much so we have found some in the industry turning to RSA for advice and guidance on the key considerations they need to put forth as they prepare to issue requests for proposals from potential consumer authentication providers. Aside from the regulatory and industry standards organizations must contend with, they also…

June 22, 2017

PSD2 – Can your transaction risk analysis and strong customer authentication comply?

February 23, 2017 the European Banking Authority (EBA) released the Final Report of the Draft Regulatory Technical Standards on Strong Customer Authentication and Common Secure Communication for the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2). This final report heralded a welcome change in the EBA’s position on the exemption to Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) based on transaction risk analysis. At first glance, this exemption looks quite tough to qualify for – but…

March 15, 2017