12 Apr Securing Your Transactions with Restcomm – Part 1
Nowadays most web-based services require you to authenticate or validate your intentions in some way. Whether it’s an online banking application securing or validating your transaction, or simply your favorite blog service authenticating your login attempt, a strong validation of your action will confirm your intentions and push the action liability to the user. The more individuals rely on web-based services for their work or daily life, the more pressure falls on service providers to strengthen their security and validation procedures. Even EU regulators are made to put an eye on it by enforcing Strong Authentication as part of the PSD2 package.