Prevent cybercrime and fraud with
Yubico helps financial services organizations minimize cyber risk by providing high-assurance MFA for critical business and customer data. By offering differentiated security and the best user experience, financial service organizations can drive high employee satisfaction and new customer growth.
Account takeover preventation rate
Research by Google, NYU, and UCSD based on 350,000 real-world hijacking attempts. Results displayed are for targeted attacks. Source
Protect against fraud by stopping account takeovers and targeted attacks
In 2019, the FBI received reports of over $1.7 billion in ‘email compromise’ wire-fraud schemes. Research by Google, NYU, and UCSD based on 350,000 real-world hijacking attempts has proven that secondary emails, on-device prompts, SMS codes and phone numbers aren’t as effective as a security key in preventing account takeovers and targeted attacks.
YubiKeys help financial service organizations protect against fraud by stopping account takeovers and targeted attacks, and the YubiHSM helps protect against cyber breaches by ensuring cryptographic hardware security for business-critical servers and applications.
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Enhance security for all PII data and systems
Most banking infrastructures have a mix of legacy on-premises and private or public cloud-hosted services. Regardless of where your applications and data reside, you need to ensure they are protected against unauthorized access.
YubiKeys offer high-assurance MFA for employees, contractors and privileged users, so only authorized users have access to PII data and critical systems like payroll and trading. YubiKeys integrate seamlessly with existing IAM solutions such as Microsoft, Okta, Duo and Ping, and provide secure authentication for hundreds of applications and services.
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Meet compliance regulations and security audits
You need to ensure compliance to various industry regulations including FFIEC, NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation and NAIC mandates that require MFA for protected access to sensitive data.
The YubiKey enables strong MFA of users before providing access to sensitive and PII data, keeping financial services organizations compliant with existing and emerging regulations including SOX, PSD2, PCI, FIPS, and GDPR.
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Grow your customer base by offering differentiated security
Some financial services organizations today have implemented low-security second factor authentication methods for web and mobile banking, while some are still using password-only authentication. Security questions, SMS codes and push notifications aren’t resistant to account takeovers and don’t offer the best security for your customers.
Show customers that you value security and privacy by offering modern and high assurance authentication such as FIDO2/WebAuthn security keys. Drive new customer acquisition and high customer retention by offering strong MFA with the YubiKey, to protect customer accounts against phishing and account takeovers.
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Drive employee and customer adoption with the best user experience and convenience
Waiting for push notifications or typing in one-time passcodes from SMS and email isn’t the best user experience or security, especially when cellular signal is weak or unavailable.
Offer best in class user experience to employees and customers with the YubiKey. A single security key conveniently works across laptops, desktops, shared workstations/access terminals, mobiles and tablets, and offers a user experience that is 4 times faster than SMS. To authenticate, users simply tap/touch their security key, and no cellular connection is required.
Rapidly integrate strong authentication into your products and services
Enabling strong customer authentication with the YubiKey doesn’t require a rip and replace of your existing architectures.