Digital wallets security solutions
Digital wallets take different forms: custodial or non-custodial cryptocurrency wallets, mobile banking or money transfer applications. They all serve the same function: storing and managing user’s financial assets through apps.
Digital wallets face threats related to secure data storage, authentication and fraud prevention. As a result, they have elevated security requirements by combining financial, banking and privacy regulations with platform (web and mobile) specifics.
Digital wallet security challenges
Developers are not cryptographers
Digital wallet security is complicated
Compliance with standards and regulations
Mobile & web platform security threats
Address digital wallet security challenges
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