Source: Datablink

Bank Deploys Datablink for Powerful User Authentication and Transaction Signing

TYSONS CORNER, VA--(Marketwired - Mar 1, 2016) -  Datablink, Inc., a global provider of advanced authentication and transaction signing solutions, today announced that Banco Daycoval, a leading Brazil-based bank, deployed Datablink's innovative devices to prevent online banking fraud.

Founded in 1968 and serving both corporate and individual customers through branches in 21 of the country's 26 states, Daycoval offers a trusted presence in banking, retail lending and a wide range of insurance products. To protect its business as well as its customers, it deployed Datablink's user-friendly, yet powerful devices to protect selected online transactions and services.

"Security and peace of mind are top priorities for Daycoval," said Alexandre Rhein at Banco Daycoval. "We looked for a cost-effective, yet proven provider of authentication and transaction security technology. Datablink is a clear innovator that we are pleased to rely upon every day to prevent online fraud and maximize protections for our users."

"Datablink is focused on providing organizations and their users with anti-fraud solutions that offer both robust security and ease of use," said Alexandre Cagnoni, CTO at Datablink. "We are pleased to announce that Daycoval is another example of a financial institution selecting Datablink to protect against the ever-growing number of online threats we face each and every day. Datablink is a proven partner to help financial institutions not only halt fraud, but also strengthen and grow their business."

About Datablink
Datablink Inc. is a global provider of advanced authentication and transaction signing solutions. Banks and enterprises around the globe rely on Datablink's innovative out-of-band technology to protect millions of online users and transactions every day. Founded in 2014, Datablink is privately held and headquartered in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Visit

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