Mobile Banking 2.0: Was There a First Wave?

Sraeel, Holy
November 2007
Bank Technology News;Nov2007, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p8
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the introduction of mobile banking 2.0 into the banking industry. She agrees that 2.0 does bring both benefits and disadvantages to industry players. As to advantages, she claims that 2.0 will better aid the customers. As to its disadvantages, however, she cites "Mobile Banking Security: The Black Cloud Attached to the Silver Lining," which states that the same types of security attacks that affected the online world will also find their ways to the mobile one.


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