Approving a transaction securely using your fingerprints is one of the possibilities afforded by the authentication solution developed by Natural Security Alliance. The solution, which is hosted and operated in Luxembourg by EBRC, offers a simple and secure user experience to access a range of services including payments, online authentication and access control. “The solution ensures that the fingerprints on the biometric reader correspond to those stored on the smartphone, which stays in the user's pocket throughout the entire transaction”, Cédric Hozanne, CEO of NS Alliance.
EBRC, “European Business Reliance Centre”, a leader in the Greater Region in the management of trusted ICT services, continues growing at double digit rate: 22%. In 2016, EBRC pushed its 2015 revenues from € 57.5 million to over € 70 million. EBRC's vision is to become a European centre of excellence in the management of sensitive information.
Data, the new oil of the digital era, is deeply transforming entire ecosystems and business models. Cybersecurity has therefore become a key issue for the development of companies and economies. A few weeks ago, EBRC – European Business Reliance Centre – announced a strategic alliance with Digora, a French data management expert, which strengthens EBRC’s competencies and international presence. In a world where digital transformation impacts any sector, data is more than ever considered as the oil of the 21st century. BEAST met with Yves Reding, CEO of EBRC, to discuss data’s added value, management and protection.
The cloud offer is extensive. With TrustedCloudEurope, EBRC meets the expectations of companies and organisations that produce and work with sensitive information. It’s a unique offer.
SYD.cloud, a secure commercial transactions platform, has just been born. EBRC, IBM, LUXTRUST, EASTNETS, CREDENDO and PHILIPPE & PARTNERS helped with the delivery.
The Luxembourg company takes a stake in Digora Joining the ranks of Digora's shareholders strengthens the service offer of EBRC (European Business Reliance Centre) and opens the doors of the French market, a decisive step in its international strategy. The answers to security issues in a more open, more interconnected and therefore more vulnerable environment have moved from the protection of systems to the protection of data, applications and processes themselves. The main priority for the business stakeholders is to ensure trust.
With the help of EBRC and its Tier IV hosting solution, the Agence eSanté has implemented the Shared Medical Record (fr. “Dossier de Soins Partagé”, DSP). In Luxembourg, this innovation is coupled with a series of digital solutions and improves the management and monitoring of patients by all healthcare providers.
On 13 and 14 October last year, EBRC and other Luxembourgish and European stakeholders confronted with the biggest cybercriminal attack ever simulated. The exercise, which was coordinated across the continent, focused on strengthening cooperation between businesses and the authorities in the context of a global cyber-threat.