July 2005
Bank Technology News;Jul2005, Vol. 18 Issue 7, p12
Trade Publication
Reports developments in the U.S. financial institutions. Vulnerabilities of the financial institutions for fraud; Plan of Google Inc. to establish an online-payment system; Survey on the improvement of identity security.


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