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This paper examines the extra risk involved in online banking over the traditional brick-and-mortar channel. The paper presents several examples of breaches of security concerning on-line banking. The paper contends that ultimately banks will have to determine if the benefits outweigh the negatives and will have to continue to innovate security measures to make online banking safer.
From the Paper:"Security is one of the major concerns of online banking and has not been completely addressed. Growth in complaints about electronic funds transfer fraud has already doubled since 2002 even as banks have gotten more security savvy (Sullivan, 2005). The risk for banks is great, stemming from investments in a banking channel that could see negative growth as fraud proliferates and the possibility of increased liability, not just for their own security breaches, but for issues of their customers as well depending on the outcome of recently filed lawsuits."
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E-Banking (2005, October 30) Retrieved June 02, 2020, from https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/e-banking-61890/
"E-Banking" 30 October 2005. Web. 02 June. 2020. <https://www.academon.com/analytical-essay/e-banking-61890/>