Mobile Transaction Protection
RSA Adaptive Authentication
RSA Adaptive Authentication is a comprehensive, risk-based authentication and fraud detection platform. The Mobile Protection module allows organizations to easily extend strong risk-based authentication to mobile transactions.
- Allows developers to build controls directly into their mobile applications.
- Integrates through a web services call or a software development kit (SDK).
- Supported platforms include iOS and Android™.
Protects multiple types of mobile channels including mobile browsers, WAP browsers and the more sophisticated, mobile-specific functionality of mobile applications.
Enables collaborative real-time information sharing of mobile fraud-connected data through the RSA eFraudNetwork.
Supports multiple step-up authentication methods for high-risk transactions including out of band SMS, fingerprint and eyeprint biometrics and transaction signing.
Balances security and convenience by offering multiple deployment and configuration options to meet the needs of almost any organization.
Comprehensive Mobile Transaction Fraud Management
RSA Adaptive Authentication protects transactions across multiple types of mobile channels including mobile browsers, WAP browsers and the more sophisticated, mobile-specific functionality of mobile applications.
The Policy Manager allows organizations to develop a true omnichannel strategy by applying risk policies and acceptable risk levels across multiple channels where user access is enabled. For example, an organization might set a lower risk threshold for an online channel but a higher risk threshold for mobile devices.
Software Development Kit
Developers of mobile applications for business, banking, e-commerce and data access can increase security and confidence by integrating strong risk-based authentication in their mobile offerings with the SDK.
Mobile-Dedicated Risk Model
The RSA Risk Engine has a mobile-dedicated risk model that silently analyzes a variety of indicators to determine transaction risk. These indicators include mobile device identifiers such as device model, language, screen size, and system version; location as identified through wifi, cell-tower triangulation and GPS; behavioral analysis; and the RSA eFraudNetwork repository of fraud patterns, IPs, device IDs and mule accounts shared by RSA’s network of customers, partners and third-party contributors worldwide.
Transaction signing provides integrity assurance, cryptographic signature and authenticity for payment transactions to combat fraud from advanced financial malware attacks. Transaction signing can optionally integrate with biometrics as a stronger means of authentication layered on top of the payment transaction signature.