Consumers Do Want to Be Partners in Security

van Dyke, James
October 2009
Bank Technology News;Oct2009, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p38
Trade Publication
In this article the author discusses the potential of customers to partner with financial institutions on security monitoring in the U.S. He notes several methods preferred by customers to create the shared account security responsibility including better authentication, alerts, and user-defined prohibitions. He mentions the capability of security professionals to improve their ability to fund strategic investments in customer-partnered security methods with the use of factual research data.


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