Bank of the West has implemented the RSA Adaptive Authentication for Web and joined the RSA eFraudNetwork community

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

July 25, 2007

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SAN FRANCISCO and BEDFORD, Mass. -- RSA, The Security Division of EMC (NYSE: EMC), announced today that Bank of the West, the second largest bank based in California, has implemented the RSA® Adaptive Authentication for Web solution and joined the RSA eFraudNetworkSM community to help further protect bank customers, their funds and personal information when banking online.

Bank of the West has deployed behind-the-scenes protection for its online banking application, eTimeBanker, using RSA’s risk-based authentication technology as well as the company’s visible site-to-user authentication feature. The combination is designed to provide strong security that involves bank customers in a user-friendly way, reassures them and boosts their confidence online, while not hindering their banking experience.

“Providing online customer security is important, while also providing a simple and user-friendly online experience,” said Donald Duggan, Chief Information Officer at Bank of the West. “We found that the RSA Adaptive Authentication solution included all of the features we required to fit both the bank’s and our customers’ needs, provided by an experienced leader in the market.”

RSA Security Inc. (Nasdaq: EMC)

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