TÜV Trust IT, which analyses which procedures and processes implemented by the developer ensure that the service concerned offers a high degree of security, has awarded UniCredit Bank’s corporate ebanking application, New Ebanking, the ‘Trusted Application’ certification.
New Ebanking has multi-bank, multi-country and middleware functions, allowing for intelligent integration into client networks. This confirms that the solution meets the demanding guidelines of the audit card index, Trusted Application. This catalogue was supplemented with ‘Supporting to Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX)-conformity’, which is becoming increasingly important.
Detlev Henze, managing director of TÜV Trust IT, said: “The focus of our tests was on topics such as data security, secure data transfers and the protection against manipulation, since they are essential for a secure ebanking system. New Ebanking has completely fulfilled those demanding security standards and was therefore awarded with the label ‘Trusted Application’.”
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