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The time may be nigh when cyber hackers let loose on that weak link in mobile banking: the browser.
The press releases pile up, shrieking about yet another new mobile malware menace. Just one problem: it’s all public relations bloat.
Mobile phones still relatively safe, but one estimate says infected PCs giving up $900,000 in stolen money daily.
Foundation planning "Protect Your Identity" week with partners: Set for Oct. 20-27.
Device-focused security company iovation has announced that it has tracked a six-fold increase in financial services transactions that originate on mobile devices from 2011 to 2012.
Survey says security concerns prompt many smartphone users to disable or not download some apps.
The question does not get any blunter. When cyber-criminals empty a bank or share draft account, who is left holding the losses?
Pop quiz: Which statement is true? Mobile banking is becoming more secure. When it comes to mobile security, the crooks are gaining.