State National Bank of Big Spring Chooses Comodo Two Factor Authentication For Its Online User Authentication Operations
Client Certificates, the Core Technology Behind Comodo Two Factor Authentication, Selected for Their Ease of Customer Use and Highly Secure PKI Based Platform
Jersey City, NJ (August 29, 2007) – Comodo, a global leader in Identity and Trust Assurance Management solutions, today announced that the State National Bank of Big Spring, located in Big Spring, Texas has chosen Comodo to deliver online user authentication for its customers. Comodo Two Factor Authentication solution is FFIEC compliant and provides a highly secure PKI-based platform that allows State National Bank to institute a user authentication schema that is easy for customers to use.
Comodo Two Factor Authentication is one of the easiest and lowest-cost solutions available due to Comodo’s established PKI infrastructure and digital certificate lifecycle management processes. This authentication solution does not require customers to alter their banking behavior once their DigitalID has been created. Once a bank customer installs a digital certificate onto their computers, they can continue to use their existing usernames and passwords to effortlessly log into their accounts. Client certificates can be delivered electronically and with Client certificates, Comodo Two Factor protects the integrity of data. As an added convenience, Client certificates can be stored on smart cards or tokens for portability.
“The Comodo Two Factor Authentication Solution opened up new ideas for us about how we could deliver a secure user authentication login process with minimal inconvenience to our customers,” said Richard Steel, EVP of State National Bank of Big Spring. “With this solution we can dramatically improve the efficiency and delivery of user authentication processes so our customers can securely and confidently use all of our online services.”
Comodo Two Factor Authentication is an easily configured and effective solution that requires almost no bank-side integration and can be quickly deployed, often within weeks. Because Comodo Two Factor is based on established PKI infrastructure and digital certificate lifecycle management processes, operating costs are greatly reduced.
“State National Bank of Big Spring successfully and strategically evolved its user authentication process into an easy yet secure platform that delivers reliable authentication services for its customers,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO and Chief Security Architect of Comodo. “With this agile user authentication solution, State National Bank can easily incorporate new online banking services that will help drive continued future growth.”
For more information on Comodo Authentication, please visit http://enterprise.comodo.com.
About National Bank of Big Spring
Chartered in January 1909, State National Bank opened for business on March 1st of that year at 200 Main Street. The original bank was organized as The First State Bank of Big Spring and in 1924, converted to a national bank charter, with the bank being renamed The State National Bank of Big Spring.
For more information, please visit: statenb.com
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