Southbridge Savings Bank Chooses Comodo

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; June 28</strong><br />Comodo, a global provider of identity- and trust-assurance&nbsp; management solutions, has announced that Southbridge Savings Bank (SSB) in Southbridge, Mass., has chosen Comodo to deliver online authentication to its members. </p><p>Comodo Authentication includes two-factor authentication, using a client certificate for authenticating the user to the institution, Comodo&#39;s content verification certificate (CVC), to protect key content from being spoofed by a phisher, an EV SSL certificate for online visual authentication of a site&#39;s identity and e-mail certificates to provide digital signatures and encryption to internal e-mail correspondence.<br /><br />SSB had a different authentication solution in place, but after conducting its due diligence and considering the usability, security and authentication concerns of its customers, SSB decided to deploy Comodo Authentication as a best-practice solution. </p><p>&quot;The adage that &#39;the customer is always right&#39; has never been more potent than it is in online banking,&quot; said Todd Tallman, Southbridge Savings Bank vice president and CFO. &quot;If you don&#39;t deliver a pleasant, highly secure user experience, your customers go elsewhere. We heard their concerns, and we responded by choosing Comodo.&quot;</p>

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