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SOURCE: nProtect Inc.
nProtect announces its new mobile banking and payments security product to secure smartphones and tablets against mobile threats.
Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
nProtect Inc., a global leader in Internet security solutions, introduces the nProtect Mobile Security for safe mobile banking and payments.
The nProtect Mobile Security provides financial institutions and their users with a safe mobile environment for banking and payments against mobile threats including fake apps and malwares to protect valuable personal information and assets.
With the rapid growth and innovation of mobile banking via apps and browsers allowing users to perform activities such as check deposits, money transfers and payments through their smartphones or tablets, mobile users have become more vulnerable to the increasing number of malware attacks and fraud.
nProtect secures mobile devices, including smartphones and tablets, against mobile threats using Malware Monitoring, Anti-Phishing and App Protection, Key Pad Protection, W-Fi Access Control, and many other features to protect users and ensure a safe mobile environment during banking and payments while reducing the risks of identity theft and fraudulent mobile transactions.
nProtect is currently exhibiting at the BAI Retail Delivery Conference, Booth #1627 in Washington D.C. from October 9-11 to showcase the new nProtect mobile security product for banking and payments.
About nProtect, Inc.
Founded in January 2000, nProtect, also known as INCA Internet Co., Ltd., provides online and mobile banking/payment security to financial institutions by securing users against hacking, phishing, keyloggers, man-in-the-middle/browser and financial malwares including Zeus while meeting requirements for compliance including FFIEC.
Currently, more than 360 million users from 820 customers are using nProtect’s security solutions including banks such as Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, ING, and HSBC.
For more information, contact nProtect Inc.
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