Posts Tagged ‘online banking’

The rise of mobile banking

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Posted on 12th Feb 2014 by in Corporate

Mobile banking is now well on the way to becoming a regularly used and understood application around the world. And in spite of naysayers who defend traditional branches and talk down their decline at the hands of electronic banking channels, the demand for safe, secure and convenient mobile banking mixed with the capability of modern […]

Banks Are Up to the Challenge of Combating Fraud

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Posted on 9th Apr 2013 by in Enterprise

When it comes to online banking fraud, the numbers tell the story: $21 billion: The amount stolen due to identify fraud. $3 billion: The amount stolen by cybercriminals from US banks, businesses and municipalities using financial malware. 39 percent: The amount of all computers infected with financial malware. 150 percent: The rate at which online […]

Would NFC and mobile banking be better targeted at emerging markets where smartphone penetration is higher than PCs? – Question from Jon Choo

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Posted on 27th Feb 2013 by in Telecom

Continuing our series of responding to mobile questions from influential bloggers, our latest question comes from our good friend, Jon Choo. Jon has more experience than most in the field of NFC payments, having recently taken part in Gemalto’s Contactless Challenge. For this, Jon (and his opposing number, Mobile Industry Review’s Ewan MacLeod) was tasked with carrying out a […]

What are you revealing online?

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Posted on 27th Dec 2012 by in Enterprise

Social networks have led us to share more than perhaps others would care to know: your state of mind at that party last week; the apple pie you just baked; or the exciting fact that gray clouds are hovering overhead. But there are people out there who are very interested in seeing exactly what you […]

Linking up the debate

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Posted on 21st Dec 2012 by in Enterprise

Following my recent post on just how free America is when it comes to enterprise security and the CIO responsibility I had an interesting exchange on LinkedIn with a peer, Anders Rundgren of PrimeKey Solutions, who evolved the discussion. I like to share these conversations on our blog as I advocate the education and analysis […]

Patco ACH Fraud Case: Banks Need To Take Stronger Security Measures

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Posted on 16th Jul 2012 by in Enterprise

What’s a “commercially reasonable” amount of security for a bank? We got one answer last week when a federal appeals court reversed a lower court’s ruling on the Automated Clearing House (ACH) fraud dispute between Patco Construction and Ocean Bank.  Patco sued Ocean Bank for having “commercially unreasonable” security in place after Patco lost more […]

Digital Brazil: Who needs cash?

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Posted on 2nd Apr 2012 by in Corporate

In the second of our series on Brazil’s digital revolution, I take a look at the growth of digital financial services that are having a real impact on peoples’ lives and businesses in one of the world’s most vibrant nations. Brazil’s vast population consists of a young majority, including around a quarter under fifteen years […]

Digital life after death

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Posted on 21st Feb 2012 by in Corporate

Most of us have more than one life. If this sounds strange, I’m referring of course to the digital life that more and more of us subscribe to every day. But when our time comes to an end, the question of what happens to our digital assets is an increasingly important question. Personally, I have my Twitter, […]

eBanking in Turkey: Credit cards you can bank on

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Posted on 19th Jan 2012 by in Corporate

In the latest post in our Digital Turkey series, I’ll be taking a look at innovations in Turkey’s banking industry. Alongside the fact that it has revolutionized the way we communicate, for many, what the internet does best is convenience. Online banking is a great example of digital convenience as users can manage their money […]

A Guide to Turkey’s Digital Future

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Posted on 13th Jan 2012 by in Corporate

With almost half of its 78 million citizens now online, Turkey is rapidly developing into a technological powerhouse. Not only is its young population (averaging just 28 years of age) becoming increasingly active online, but the country’s government and large corporations have been equally proactive in investing in cutting-edge technologies.