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Korea’s KB Bank Uses Trustonic In-App Protection to Enhance Mobile Banking Experience

Using Trustonic Application Protection enables KB Bank to dramatically improve the authentication experience for users of its mobile banking app and allow secure high value transactions

2nd April, 2020 – Mobile cybersecurity leader, Trustonic, today announces the successful implementation by KB Kookmin Bank (KB Bank) of Trustonic Application Protection (TAP) to enable a simpler authentication experience for users of its KB Star Banking app.

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Fintech Futures: Kb Bank, South Korea’s Largest Bank With Ten Million Customers Has Implemented Trustonic Application Protection (TAP)

KB Bank, South Korea’s largest bank with ten million customers, has struck a deal with UK fintech Trustonic to make its mobile banking app more secure.

The bank has implemented the fintech’s Trustonic Application Protection (TAP) solution, which allows the bank to issue its own public certificates from inside the app.

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Webinar: Secure IoT with Microchip and Kinibi-M

During this webinar, you will be introduced to Trustonic's Kinibi-M and shown how to program a MicroChip SAML11 microcontroller, based on the Arm Cortex-M33 processor with TrustZone technology. The webinar will show users how to generate secure messages that a server or cloud can validate from a device for decryption and display.

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Fintech Futures: Trustonic first to land EMVCo Software-Based Mobile Payments certificate

Trustonic has become the first fintech to land EMVCo’s certificate for Software-Based Mobile Payments (SBMP). This means Trustonic’s trusted execution environment (TEE) solution – called Trustonic Application Protection (TAP) – is the first solution to allow developers to create mobile payments apps which have the same certified and trusted levels of security as the apps developed by payment monopoly players such as WeChat and AliPay.

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Riscure: Trustonic acquires EMVCo SBMP security evaluation certificate for TEE OS

Riscure has successfully completed the security evaluation project for Trustonic, under the terms of EMVCo SBMP (Software-Based Mobile Payment) program. Based on the results, Trustonic has successfully certified its TEE OS (Trusted Execution Environment Operating System). This is the first security certificate issued by EMVCo for a TEE under the SBMP program.

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EMVCo certifies Trustonic to secure mobile payments apps

First solution EMVCo-certified to help developers protect mobile payment & acceptance apps with in-app protection and hardware-backed Trusted Execution Environment.

4 February 2020 – Mobile device and app security leader Trustonic today announces that its trusted execution environment (TEE)* solution is the first hardware-backed TEE to complete the EMVCo Software-Based Mobile Payments security evaluation process.

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Trustonic + Lookout – Advanced Mobile Security for Banking & Fintech Apps

The need for in-app protection for critical mobile apps is greater than ever. The partnership between Lookout and Trustonic brings together two of the most robust app security platforms on the market, delivering the advanced security and protection required by banks and fintechs wishing to offer PSD2-compliant services and Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) requirements.

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Join us at Mobile World Congress 2020 – Hall 6, Stand 6J41

New Year always finds us in the final stages of planning Trustonic’s annual pilgrimage to GSMA’s MWC in Barcelona. Mobile World Congress, as it used to be known pre-acronym, is the world’s largest conference and exhibition for the mobile industry. This year it runs from the 24th to 27th February and the Trustonic team will once again be spending the week meeting customers, partners, media and analysts on our stand in Hall 6 Stand 6J41.

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EE Journal: Microchip SAM11L KPH & Kinibi-M

Adding connectivity to your embedded design opens up a whole new realm of security challenges. Inviting your device to the IoT requires careful attention to building a secure foundation. In this episode of Chalk Talk, Amelia Dalton chats with Anand Rangarajan from Microchip about the SAML11-KPH MCU and how it can help you develop your application without worrying about IoT security.

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