Technology writer Robert McGarvey looks this week at whether denial of service attacks could invade mobile banking next.
For more than a generation, plastic cards have been the de facto on-ramp to the payments highway. With the widespread adoption of smartphones and other mobile devices, how will the use of plastic cards change?
Security firm estimates 67,000 mobile phones will be lost or stolen during the Summer Olympics, exposing enough potentially sensitive data to fill 200 million books.
More than 250 members at the $439 million Sharon Credit Union in Sharon, Mass., have used the credit union’s new iPad app in the first six weeks after it was launched, the credit union said.
The $439 million Sharon Credit Union in Sharon, Mass., said more than 250 of its 29,200 members have used its iPad app in the first six weeks after it was launched.
Potential business benefits of the EMV chip outweigh even its anti-fraud value.
EasCorp said five more credit unions have signed up to offer their members remote deposit capture via smartphone and other mobile devices.
Digital Federal Credit Union in Marlborough, Mass., said it is the first reported credit union to process more than $1 billion in remote check deposits from individual consumers.
Few people have ridden the growing wave of mobile banking – or perhaps helped drive it – more than Drew Sievers.
A credit union mobile app for the new Kindle Fire electronic tablet will be released soon by CU Mobile Apps, a startup provider of mobile apps for Android and iPhone devices.