Guiding Institutions Along The Bleeding Edge

Adams, John
December 2006
Bank Technology News;Dec2006, Vol. 19 Issue 12, p23
Trade Publication
An interview with John Fricke, the chief of staff of Financial Services Technology Consortium (FSTC), is presented. When asked about his suggestions for effective practice in the financial security industry, he referred to the physical review of check security to ensure which would survive during imaging tests. He shared about the authentication project of FSTC which involves the institutions authenticating themselves to customers. He described the function of the consortium in the business.


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