DIGIPASS 280 provides a comprehensive transaction data signing and authentication solution which banks and other organizations can use to effectively combat Internet fraud by replacing static or paper based password systems with dynamic passwords and transaction signing.
DIGIPASS 281 provides a comprehensive transaction data signing and authentication solution which banks and other organizations can use to effectively combat Internet fraud by replacing static or paper-based password systems with dynamic passwords and transaction signing.
How does it work?
The transaction data signing applications require data field validation in order to generate a transaction data signature. For regular transactions typically the amount will need to be validated in order to complete the transaction signature. For higher risk transactions, banks and other organizations can require an additional validation besides the amount such as an account number. Transaction data signatures are an adequate protection against man-in-the-middle and similar fraud schemes.
VASCO’s DIGIPASS display cards support up to three or four native applications, each with a dedicated cryptographic secret, ensuring an increased level of security.
Easy to integrate
Integration of VASCO’s DIGIPASS transaction signing display cards into an existing network or application is simple and straightforward. The authentication devices does not require any additional investments in hardware of infrastructure. These display cards are fully interoperable with all members of the DIGIPASS family and work seamlessly with VASCO'S VACMAN and IDENTIKEY Authentication Server products.
Easy to deploy
VASCO’s transaction signing display cards are extremely well suited for mass-deployments. Thanks to their slim design, they comply with standard postal regulations across several countries ensuring a swift and simple distribution.
VASCO’s display cards are fully customizable with your corporate logo and colors. When desired, the authentication device can be customized with an EMV chip or magnetic stripe encoding, in order to turn the authentication device into a regular debit, credit or ATM card.