Download Slides from our recent PSD2 Authentication Seminar with Intercede

techUK recently played host to a seminar focused on the rumours, facts, challenges and solutions surrounding PSD2 authentication, with members, Intercede. 

The event addressed themes around:

  • The legal challenges and implications of PSD2
  • The role of banks and service providers
  • the need for Secure Customer Authentication
  • The importance of User Experience

techUK members can download event slides below from our expert industry speakers, representing Intercede, Icon Solutions, Experian, Consult Hyperion and Simmons & Simmons LLP.  

Intercede is a software and service company specialising in identity, credential management and secure mobility, and have worked in collaboration with tech giants like Microsoft, Intel, and Citrix for over 20 years. Intercede’s products are designed to create and secure trusted digital identities that ensure not only security, but also a frictionless user experience. 

Intercede's PSD2 Hub can give you access to industry whitepapers, guides and more. 

 

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