Monthly Archives: January 2012

Banking Security – Part 2

A look at the misplaced confidence, trust and liability that surrounds the consumer banking industry.

Decorative Image - bankIn last week’s post we looked over the physical security around the use of bank and credit cards. This week we focus on remote banking services such as telephone and internet, the security measures that are enforced and why they often aren’t worth the effort. These posts are not seeking to suggest a solution but are intended to raise awareness of the risks in the hope that you might be better equipped to spot a problem and deal with it should you be so unfortunate.

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Banking Security – Part 1

A look at the misplaced confidence, trust and liability that surrounds the consumer banking industry.

Decorative Image - bankBank accounts. Everybody has one, many people have several. They vary from every day current accounts, savings accounts, credit accounts and various other guises. We trust faceless corporation’s with our hard earned money because we have very little choice if we want to be part of the modern world. Many of us never question the trust and confidence we place in these banks and hopefully we will never have need to do so. These posts are intended to shine a little light on what most of us take for granted…

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