Protecting your customers

Assayer® stops fraudsters being able to deceive your customers and renders stolen credentials and biometrics useless.

Safeguarding your defences

Assayer protects all online channels and touchpoints without disrupting existing defences and future-proofs cyber-security investments against ever stealthier cyber-fraud.





Deception Preventer

Protects your customers from being deceived by fraudsters and malware without impacting their user-experience or requiring them to install any software

Swift Approvals

Enhances customer security against cyber-fraud while eliminating the inconvenience of passcode generators and the risks of sharing personal details

Impersonation Shield

Protects you and your customers against criminals using stolen credentials by ensuring fraudulent transactions can't succeed

Trust Circles

Enables your vulnerable customers to be protected by their loved ones in real-time to stop them becoming victims of deception and fraud

Multi-Role Authorisation

Affords your corporate customers substantially enhanced security and the ability to change their transaction approval routing in real-time without affecting their banking set-up


Assayer Access

Isn't it about time to move beyond detecting stolen credentials to making them useless the moment they are stolen? With Assayer Access, you can.

Assayer Freedom

Enable your customers to transact safely even if their devices are compromised, without them installing any software.

Assayer Trust

Families want to protect their loved ones from fraudsters. You can make it possible with Assayer Trust, putting your bank at the centre of a vast untapped market for lifestyle banking.

Assayer Business

Supercharge your business banking by offering your customers entirely new levels of protection. Make them immune to internal fraud and shield them from CEO email fraud, just by switching on Assayer Business - for them it's business as usual.

Assayer® is related to UK patent numbers 2,505,231 and 2,513,494, UK patent application number 1604617.9, US patent application number 14/628,082, European patent application number 13717810.9 and Canadian patent application number 2,911,878.