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Kobil Systems wins over Sparkasse Bank Malta with new server platform (SSMS); IT security specialist provides SecOVID OTP technology for secure netbanking

July 9, 2014

Worms, Germany / Malta - Kobil Systems, manufacturer and market leading trendsetter of innovative technologies for secure data and digital identities provides Sparkasse Bank Malta with security technology for their new netbanking solution.

The Kobil OTP technology will secure the netbanking of Sparkasse Bank Malta. From November 2014 the legitimization procedure will be used by customers.

The entire project had been realized within 6 months. Amongst other things the integration of the new Kobil Smart Security Management Server (SSMS) had been tested and had successfully been integrated into the core banking system within a few days.

We were astonished to see how easy the integration of the SSMS server of Kobil into our banking environment within a few days was for us and that we were able to meet our planned deadlines without delay. said Christian Reiter, responsible for the technical implementation at Sparkasse Bank Malta.

About Kobil Kobil solutions set a benchmark in digital identity and high-secure data technology. Founded in 1986, the Kobil Group, headquartered in Worms, Germany and proud of its 120 employees, is pioneer in the fields of smart card, one-time password, authentication and cryptography.

Core of the Kobil philosophy is to empower a complete identity and mobile security management on all platforms and communication channels.

Nearly half of Kobil employees work in the development including leading specialists in cryptography. Kobil plays a crucial role in the development of new encryption standards. Companies like: DATEV, Deutscher Bundestag (Federal Diet), IBM, Migros Bank , Socit Gnrale, ZDF and many others trust Kobil.

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