Q2ebanking said it is now integrating the fraud protection services of Trusteer into the Austin, Texas, company’s online banking solution.
The Trusteer product suite includes the Trusteer Rapport solution for securing browsers against tampering as well as the company’s endpoint and automated remediation software, the companies said.
“We have pre-integrated our products with the Q2ebanking platform to streamline deployment and shorten time-to-protection. This enables our global fraud prevention network, which detects emerging threats from around the world, to provide built-in protection for all Q2ebanking clients,” said Eric Blatte, vice president of sales and alliances for Boston-based Trusteer.
“Trusteer's business philosophy mirrors our own here at Q2ebanking by taking a holistic approach to online fraud,” said Brian Abele, senior vice president of product management and alliances for Q2ebanking. “The company is aggressive in its stance to prevent incidents at the point of attack and investigate their source to mitigate any future attacks.”
Q2e currently serves 306 customers, including 45 credit unions, the company said.