Saudis use VPN for ATM bill payments

Powered by SC Magazine
 

The Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA) is implementing a virtual private network to allow people to pay their bills through ATMs.

The national project is a collaboration of the banks in Saudi Arabia, which will allow people to pay utility and phone bills at the banking machines.

SAMA is the country's central bank and investment authority.

Security firm CyberGuard sold the VPN solution to SAMA.
 
www.mdsa.com

 

Copyright © SC Magazine, US edition


 
 
 
Top Stories
Don’t mention digital disruption to David Whiteing
Buzzwords don’t curry favour with CBA's new CIO - it’s all just innovation to him.
 
Content, cost & constant innovation: How Foxtel plans to take on Netflix
Nell Payne inhabits the “brave new world of blue strings and networking”. Just don't ask her to put a TV screen on your microwave.
 
Westpac fires starting pistol on core banking upgrade
St George readies itself for move to Celeriti.
 
 
Sign up to receive iTnews email bulletins
   FOLLOW US...
Latest Comments
Polls
Should Optus make a bid for iiNet?

   |   View results
Yes
  43%
 
No
  57%
TOTAL VOTES: 619

Vote