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But the biggest challenge for our software engineers is beneath the user interface: individually secured connections are a must.
Modern mobile banking requires entirely new, customised user interfaces so that the migration from counter to smart phone benefits bank and customer alike. But the biggest challenge for our software engineers is beneath the user interface: individually secured connections for each user together with fraud-protection identification are a must. New identification techniques are already being developed – e.g. user recognition by HD video via the handset camera.
The money economy of the 21st century requires exabytes of memory, exponential growth in computing power and special security measures. We are setting up new data centres with several tens of thousands of protected servers which allow your money to work, secure against access and failure. Our administration specialists support these data centres from combined performance and security monitoring centres, which reliably and effectively handle maintenance, updates and synchronisation.
Enormous sums are decided on by the click of a mouse: That is the reality in the banking industry – a potential threat scenario. Actually, a leading consultancy had already established in a May 2011 survey that one in nine financial institutions had suffered in-house fraud within the past two years. Reason enough for a number of major banks to develop a standardised security infrastructure. SOLCOM is designing the back-end architecture with routers, switches, rights management and accompanying firewalls, looking for loopholes and closing them – for more than 10,000 staff.