Bid Farewell to Your Mother's Maiden Name

Hunt, Ken
June 2006
Bank Technology News;Jun2006 Supplement, Vol. 19, p32
Trade Publication
The article discusses the recommendation given by the U.S. Federal Deposit and Insurance Corp. (FDIC) to enhance information security for the financial services industry. The FDIC has recommended that banks and financial institutions should adopt strong, two-factor authentication for online transactions. The advisory makes no endorsements about which kind of two-factor authentication to choose and the decision remains entirely up to the bank.


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