Banks arm customers against cybercriminals
Passwords are not enough anymore. Cybercriminals digging around home computers for financial data know it, and so do banks and brokerages -- which are rapidly rolling out new technology to protect their online clients.
Online thieves have difficulty breaching bank Internet sites, so they've turned to customers. In response, banks are adding a second lock onto accounts. Some are safeguards shared with customers, and some are devices that constantly change the authentication code. Banks arm customers against cybercriminals - 2005-12-19
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