Rapport secure browsing technology adopted by Metro Bank

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Metro Bank has implemented the Rapport secure browsing service to protect customers.

Metro Bank has implemented the Rapport secure browsing service to protect customers.

Metro Bank, the first new financial institution on the high street in over 100 years, has selected Rapport to protect its online banking customers. According to Trusteer, when a user browses to sensitive websites, such as internet banking, webmail or online payment pages, Rapport locks down the browser and creates a secure tunnel for safe communication with the website.

Also when a customer uses their bankcard to make an online purchase from a computer protected by Trusteer, the Rapport service automatically detects the action and then prevents fraudsters from intercepting the card number and protects any other personal information entered by the user into the web page, according to the company.

Craig Donaldson, CEO of Metro Bank, said: “When we launched in July we wanted to differentiate our services from other high street banks. We take the security of our customers very seriously and that means we have the best security components available.

“By adding Trusteer to our armoury and offering it as a complimentary service to our customers, we can ensure that not only do we provide an unparalleled customer service experience, but also that our customers' money is completely safe and secure.”

Mickey Boodaei, CEO of Trusteer, said: “By selecting Trusteer, Metro Bank has plugged into the biggest financial attack database on the internet and can immediately leverage the experience of the most attacked brands in the world to protect their customers against malware and phishing attacks.”


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