Fino Payments Bank has selected Seqrite mSuite to securely manage its workforce mobility requirements to access enterprise data and applications on the go while enabling IT teams to securely manage and control the devices.
The Seqrite product was chosen on the back of its ability to provide a centralized view of the devices and the ease of pushing applications on a real-time basis. mSuite is powered with a scalable cloud architecture that enables Fino to accommodate more users according to business requirements.
The solution’s comprehensive visibility over mobile devices further empowers the bank to identify, track and control user access to its enterprise network and data while also mapping the productivity of its workforce. In addition, it makes remote scheduling of a security scan possible for the IT team to identify risks and infections with the best-in-class anti-malware capabilities.
Speaking on the deployment, Mathew Chelliah, Deputy Vice President (Technology), Fino Payments Bank said, “After a rigorous evaluation of multiple products, Seqrite’s mSuite appeared the best fit for our requirements. We are already seeing impressive results since the deployment and are confident that it will help us further optimise operations, bolster productivity, and enhance service delivery while also ensuring that our data, devices, and users remain protected from advanced threats.”
Sneha Katkar, Product Manager, Enterprise Mobility Management, Seqrite said, “Through Seqrite’s Enterprise Mobility Management (EMM) portfolio, our aim is to enable Indian enterprises to unlock their maximum potential by optimizing their IT management capabilities. Besides these advantages, Seqrite’s deep threat intelligence and extensive security capabilities also proved to be a decisive factor for Fino’s IT team. Moving ahead, we aim to keep supporting Fino Payments Bank in their digital journey and look forward to bolstering our association with them.”
Fino Payments Bank is the first payments bank to go live with 410 branches and more than 25,000 banking points on day one and the only entity in its space that has experience in providing technology-enabled banking services in unbanked and underbanked areas.