A Card SuperSwiper

Sisk, Michael
March 2011
Bank Technology News;Mar2011, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p20
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the personal computer security initiative at Kirkpatrick Bank by offering the card reader called NetSecure Technologies' Smart Swipe to its customers. It says that 80% fraud losses were attributed to the use of online debit cards by their bank customers. It mentions that the card reader is plugged into home computers and offers protection of sensitive financial and personal information from endpoint threats. Issues on customers' willingness to pay is also discussed.


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