Online banking today is the banking by default. Fewer people physically visit a banking establishment or do so less frequently than 10 years ago. New banks have appeared on the market that no longer have an actual physical presence, but rather everything operates at the Internet level. From an information security point of view, this is a major challenge, as mostly criminal activity is focused exclusively on banking targets.
Cybercriminals use sophisticated tools to gain access to data of users and companies in online banking and ultimately steal their money.
Since the most critical security breach is at the endpoint of the connection, which is on the side of the normal banking user, our solution focuses on shielding the moment of the transaction so that there is no risk of theft or data leakage of any kind. As the bank does not control the devices from which its users connect, the only solution is to force users to use protection at the exact moment they need to perform their transactions with the bank.
The user's machine could be infected with virus, malware etc. But Azuan provides a disruptive layer that allows the transaction to be isolated and protected as being inside a Bunker and thus being able to dodge the action of any threat previously installed on the computer. Without relying on virus databases or other traditional approaches like other solutions on the market does, Azuan uses a different approach where it assumes the worst case scenario and puts up an advanced protection.