Banking 2.0 – FinovateStartup: Focus on Diversinet

FinovatestartuplogoI covered the first Finovate event organized by Jim Bruene back in October 2007 (in New York City). The event was such a success (it sold out in only 6 weeks) that Jim decided to organize two more Finovate events in 2008: FinovateStartup & Finovate 08.

I was delighted when Jim invited me to be the official live blogger on NetBanker at FinovateStartup in San Francisco.  Before the event, I plan to blog about most of the 40 startups which will demo their products. My goal is to give you a brief overview of those innovative startups.

Diversinet, a leading provider of secure mobile access
DiversinetI contacted Nagy MoustafaDiversinet‘s CEO, via Linkedin.

The Group’s principal activity is to develop, market and distribute public key infrastructure security solutions for the secure transmission of data over wireless networks and devices.

Diversinet has a long history of innovation and world-leading expertise in the authentication security and mobility sectors.

On the marketing front, the website looks very much “web 1.0”. They don’t have a blog, and I didn’t find much information on other industry blogs or sites like YouTube.

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Written by Christophe Langlois

Based in London, Christophe is an entertaining social media keynote speaker and a trusted advisor to the global financial services industry on the topics of social media, social business and digital innovation.

Christophe has contributed to over 140 events in 18 countries.

Currently, Christophe is 'Social Media Senior Managing Consultant' at IBM Interactive Experience. He's also a Digital Advisor at the Financial Services Forum and the Moller Centre (part of the Churchill College in Cambridge).

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