Boku Inc (Boku) the world’s leading provider of mobile payment and identity solutions, and Malaysian mobile connectivity and internet services provider, Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) on Thursday announced that they have signed a partnership contract to protect mobile users against cyber-hacks, account takeover attacks, SIM swap attacks, and other forms of digital fraud.
The Chief Business Officer for Identity, Boku, Stuart Neal commented that they are honored to partner with Digi to introduce a safer and more seamless digital world for mobile users in Malaysia.
“Boku has already built the most comprehensive network of direct mobile operator connections for identity and extending our capabilities into Malaysia is a major milestone as we continue to expand globally,” he said.
Meanwhile, the Chief Marketing Officer of Digi, Praveen Rajan said, protecting their customers has always been a key priority for Digi.
“We have in place stringent policies and procedures to ensure that our customers are safe and secure using any application online, including applying a broad set of data protection practices to safeguard their identities and prevent digital fraud such as account takeover.
“This partnership with Boku is another layer of safety enabling our customers to have a seamless and worry-free online experience,” he said.