Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at OneSpan. Thanks to the great team there for their support!
More than 10,000 customers in 100 countries rely on OneSpan to secure access, manage identities, verify transactions, simplify document signing and protect high value assets and systems.
OneSpan is now giving you the chance to download its Financial Agreement Automation RFP Guide for Account Opening, Digital Lending and Leasing Automation.
Trillions of dollars in financial transactions are processed each year. These include credit agreements, loans, new account openings, mortgages, pensions and annuities.
Today’s customer is looking for speed, ease and convenience. To meet these demands, financial institutions must offer fully digital experiences.
This guide is for financial institutions evaluating technology for agreement automation.
Agreement automation refers to the digitization of the customer agreement process for financial transactions – including application data validation, digital identity verification, agreement signing and storage, and audit trail capture.
This guide will assist you in:
Determining your agreement automation requirement
Deciding which stakeholders to involve in the RFP process
Developing RFP questions (14 pages of sample RFP questions provided)
Evaluating options for implementation
Download your copy of OneSpan’s guide now.
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An interview with CSO's David Braue and Ian Yip, Chief Technology Officer, McAffee.
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In partnerhsip with Mimecast