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Silver surfers leading the way with Digital Banking

A common perception that young people bank online, whilst older people visit traditional branches has been challenged by research showing that silver surfers are avid users of digital banking.   The great thing about the Internet is that it makes things accessible; especially useful for the older generation. Never before has it been so easy Click to continue →


What can we do to make consumers trust in digital?

In the past year there has been a number of large high profile digital data breaches at retailers such as Target and Home Depot, and consumers are growing increasingly concerned over the amount of sensitive personal information at risk when they purchase something online or via mobile. In today’s digital world consumers’ identities are continually put Click to continue →



This week Jumio has been awarded Best In Show by the audience at Finovate London – a two-day showcase of the latest and greatest financial and banking technology innovations from leading established companies and hot young startups. The fast fire demo-orientated programme saw each presenting company demo their latest technology in just 7 minutes to an audience of over Click to continue →



Data Breaches on the Rise

Keeping secure, stopping fraudsters access data they shouldn’t …passport info, national security numbers and payment details, are all very close to every Jumio’s heart. But last week The Wall Street Journal revealed that almost half of Americans have encountered a data breach1, but perhaps what is more shocking is that this figure may have contributed to Click to continue →


Black Friday - were online retailers fully prepared this year?

This year £810m was spent on British Black Friday as UK Christmas bargain hunters placed 404,835 orders online[1]. Across the globe, Cyber Monday sales jumped 17% from last year, totalling nearly $2.04 billion, the heaviest online spending day in history and the first day ever to surpass $2bn in sales,[2] according to ComScore. But were Click to continue →