BancBridge has formed an interoperability partnership with RSA, the security division of EMC, and joined the RSA secured partner programme to help banks leverage strong authentication in an integrated solution with BancBridge’s TreasuryAgent for confidential transactions, such as wire initiations. The interoperability between TreasuryAgent and RSA SecurID technology, including its software and hardware authenticators, is designed to provide clients with a higher level of security and automation in the treasury information delivery and transaction initiation business. “As the business world evolves, an effective strategy to protect identities and digital assets is essential to the growth and success of an organisation. Companies, especially financial institutions, must feel confident that vital information and applications remain secure, both inside and outside their operations,” said D.J. Long, senior director, corporate development at RSA. “The interoperability partnership between BancBridge and RSA is designed to help joint customers efficiently and cost-effectively manage digital identities of those who transact online.”
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