Skittish on Security

April 2010
Bank Technology News;Apr2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p1
Trade Publication
The article discusses issues regarding the threats to the online banking transactions in the U.S. While banking institutions in the country lags in information security, Fifth Third Bank has taken actions by piloting security solutions that locks down the online banking session between the personal computer (PC) and the bank. Also discussed is a security approach developed by International Business Machines Corp. that involves a hardware device that monitors possible malicious web occurence.


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