We specialise in security and the hardening of banking and communication processes. CORONIC is a market leader in Trojan protection and the prevention of phishing attacks against the computers of German banks’ private clients.
Online banking has been in existence for over 15 years. It has always relied on the authentication of the user (account number and PIN) and the authorisation of the transaction (e.g. TAN). The main communication channel is based on web or mobile applications (transfer); the second channel makes use of special end devices (TAN generator, secoder) or a mobile phone for the communication of the transaction number (authorisation). But what about the migration of the push app to a new smartphone without an INI letter from the bank? What about authentication by means of a smart watch? What about simultaneous notifications on a smartphone and tablet computer? What about the immediate authorisation for a transfer without a TAN?
“Coronic develops hardened messenger services with real intelligence capabilities for banks. This is how this business from Kiel can beat its US competitors.”
Article published on 17 October 2017
Can one perform a secure online banking transaction on a computer or tablet that has been infected by a Trojan? Can secure SSL communication be established even if Windows’ wininet.ddl has been hacked? How can mobile apps be hardened after their installation in order to make them extra secure? Thanks to PROTECT products, you can work on any PC or mobile device both easily and securely – even if the operating system is already vulnerable.
Chatbots and messenger providers using artificial intelligence are all the rage nowadays. With the new BOT technology, CORONIC offers true online banking via voice recognition – whether it is for Amazon Alexa, the banking client or the banking app. The data centre is connected to the FinTS or the bank backend. Soon, Access to Account (XS2A) services will also be provided. All servers processing client or bank account data are located in Germany, or, upon request, at the bank’s data centre.