Protectoria in the media – interview with Trond Lemberg

Trond Lemberg, Protectoria talks to the Paypers about the solution that are commonly used to fight fraud and secure applications and the technology of the Protectoria Secure Mobile Platform. You find the full interview here

Insecurity of Things

We have previously highlighted the importance of properly securing devices that are connected to the internet. As routers are required to access the internet, you will all relate to this one. And if you think this is a hard attack to set up, please reconsider while reading about this “Botnet-as-a-Service” offering in the black market. [...]

Disassembling a mobile trojan attack

Protectoria recommends reading this really good article which explains the common strategic of basing mission critical security operations on mobile browsers. The attack pattern described in the article is as follows: 1: Get tricked into visiting a website propagating malware 2: The malware tricks you into believing that one of your ordinary apps require an [...]

My bank claim my device is my responsibility 

Author: Jon Endre Gjærum, Protectoria In Norway we have over the years had low rates of online banking fraud. There are likely several reasons for this, probably a combination of good cooperation between the banks, our native language and a large number of small banks. I had a quick discussion with my bank not so [...]

Protectoria and Prosa Securities in the Norwegian financial press 

Protectoria has recently launched our latest solution for PSD2 compliant authentication on one device only. Our solution (PSMP) has been through a security evaluation by a German security evaluation company (SRC). In the process of developing and preparing this software Prosa Securities has proven a valuable partner, offering in-depth tools for analyzing the strength and [...]

The threat of insecure networked devices

For more than a decade, criminals have been hacking into large number of Internet-connected devices in order to further their goals. They then connect them into a network commonly known as a botnet, which allows them to control large numbers of devices. The word botnet is a combination of the words robot and network. Originally, [...]

New social engineering methods used by the AceKard Trojan

The AceKard Trojan has become one of the major worldwide threats against banks all over the world. First being detected in January 2014 it originally attacked banking users only in Russia, but currently users in Europe, USA and Australia are also being attacked. The modus operandi of AceKard was originally like other strands of malware: [...]

Systemic cyber security risks ahead on critical infrastructures

This month a report released by the U.S. Industrial Control Systems Cyber Emergency Response Team (ICS-CERT) revealed how vulnerable Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems (SCADA) really are. Even though these systems were never built for running on computers connected to open networks, they are now more and more often being [...]

Did you know that there are striking similarities between old-school banking culture and the poor leadership that ultimately caused the Kodak moment?

We at Protectoria want every banking manager to read the attached analysis on how and why the poor Kodak leadership led to the company's bankruptcy. The Kodak moment is a lesson everybody should learn. Kodak went from being the fifth most valued brand worldwide in 1996 to bankruptcy in 2012. Reading the analysis, you will [...]

Protectoria is Gold Sponsor at the European Banking Forum, Vienna 12. – 13. October 2016

The agenda is Banking Technology & Strategy Security & Risk where Protectoria CEO Trond Lemberg presents 'Who's the winners and who's the losers in the race of mobile payments'