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  • 1. We understand your world Prepared by: Rahul Mandloi Aziz Bhatia
  • 2. TYPES OF BANKING… This is a direct banking because the customer get any services on the spot This is a online banking because the customer get services from many distance This is a wireless or PDA (personal digital assistance) banking because in this type no wire is connected and customer get services at any where and when he wants.
  • 3. TYPES OF E-BANKING…  Internet Banking  Electronic Banking  Mobile Banking
  • 4. Electronic Banking…  E-Banking is combination of two, electronic technology and banking.  It is a process by which a customer performs banking transactions electronically without visiting brick and morter institutions.  It is also called online and internet banking.  E-Banking is delivery of banking services to the customer through the use of electronic communication primarily with the internet.
  • 5. Indian E-Banking scenario…  Opening up of economy in 1991 marked the entry of foreign banks. They brought new technology with them.  ICICI bank kicked off online banking in 1996.  Cost comes down from $ 1.1. to $ 0.27
  • 6. Products and Services of E-Banking Products    ATMs Debit Cards Credit Cards Services RTGS Bill payment Service Fund Transfer Railway Pass Recharging prepaid phones  Shopping  Online movie tickets  Mutual fund     
  • 7. About HDFC… Incorporated in the year of 1994 by HDFC Ltd. India's premier housing finance company.  It was among the first companies to receive an 'in principle' approval from the RBI to set up a bank in the private sector. The Bank commenced its operations as a Scheduled Commercial Bank in January 1995. Authorized Its share capital is 550 crore. branches are 1725 in india and has a network of 4393 ATM’s across india
  • 8. Mergers & Amalgamations… 2000 Times bank limited merged with HDFC bank 2008 HDFC acquired Centurian Bank of Punjab
  • 9. Products & services…
  • 10. INDIAN BANKS RANKED BY DEPOSIT,2007 Sr no. Name of the bank 1 STATE BANK OF INDIA 2 ICICI BANK 3 CANARA 4 PUNJAB NATIONAL BANK 5 BANK OF BARODA 6 BANK OF INDIA 7 UNION BANK OF INDIA 8 CENTRAL BANK OF INDIA 9 SYNDICATE BANK 10 INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK 11 HDFC 12 UCO ORIENTAL BANK OF 13 COMMERCE 14 ALLAHABAD BANK 15 AXIX BANK Deposits (in billion INR) 4355 2305 1423 1398 1249 1198 851 827 786 687 682 648 639 595 587 Deposits (2012) 10436 2555 3271 3796 3849 3182 2086 (8TH) 2201
  • 11. RBI regulations Technology and security issues Legal issues Regulatory and supervisory issues.
  • 12. Survey by IAMAI 75% - Debit cards 65% - Credit cards 86% - ATM cards 6536- Sample size,2005
  • 13. INDIAN INTERET USER GROWTH
  • 14. Benefits of online banking Speeded up responses time Improved quality of services Flexibility Security
  • 15. What Do We Have to Achieve Authentication no spoofing Non-repudiation no claiming of user action Data Integrity no data alteration Privacy no eavesdropping Authorization
  • 16. Why Security? Computer-based businesses Advances in technology Internet crimes September 11th attacks Cyber-terrorism Internet banking
  • 17. UNAUTHORISED ACTIVITY INCIDENTS
  • 18. One-way Security Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Safeguarding Online Purchases Feel secure Encrypts data between the client and the server by making a direct connection Client sends an encrypted key to the server Server decrypts and returns to the client
  • 19. SSL lock Click the icon, or double-click (varies by browser), and examine the security information displayed about the web site.
  • 20. Two-Way Security Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Insures privacy for both online company and online bank customer Enables users to securely exchange data and money through public network
  • 21. THANK YOU

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