Receiving a text to confirm a banking operation is a process that became common. However, the text is one of the weakest security levels. Banks even have to stop using it by end of 2020 to shift to “strong authentication”. The evolution of international security standards is summed up in one word: FIDO for Fast IDentity Online. “It’s the future, it’s a higher, easier and interoperable security” claims Bruno Bernard, President of Neowave.


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