Mizuho Bank Improves Customer Experience by Enhancing Authentication

Download this case study to know how this transparent authentication solution does not only support Mizuho Bank’s goal to provide customers with safe and secure use of its services, but also sustains the company’s broader security aims.

Sep 16th 2011

Summary:

Mizuho Bank, one of Japan’s three mega-banks, wanted to reassure security to its online banking customers, in light of a recent high-profile security breach. It was keen to protect its customers from fraud, phishing and theft but was not prepared to compromise the user experience by introducing complex and unwieldy security layers. It implemented an accurate, real-time fraud-detection solution that could learn from past behavior to protect against future attacks. This solution offers customers the ultimate in online security by preventing the use of stolen passwords and by preventing password theft.

Download this case study to know how this transparent authentication solution does not only support Mizuho Bank’s goal to provide customers with safe and secure use of its services, but also sustains the company’s broader security aims.

Mizuho Bank, one of Japan’s three mega-banks, wanted to reassure security to its online banking customers, in light of a recent high-profile security breach. It was keen to protect its customers from fraud, phishing and theft but was not prepared to compromise the user experience by introducing complex and unwieldy security layers. It implemented an accurate, real-time fraud-detection solution that could learn from past behavior to protect against future attacks. This solution offers customers the ultimate in online security by preventing the use of stolen passwords and by preventing password theft.

Download this case study to know how this transparent authentication solution does not only support Mizuho Bank’s goal to provide customers with safe and secure use of its services, but also sustains the company’s broader security aims.