Posted on 23 August 2013 by
Phishing has been around for almost as long as the internet itself, and is a continuing problem (the recent hack of Kevin Bacon’s twitter is just one of many examples). Despite being a well-known problem, criminals continue to prosper using this method of attack. As John Hawes highlighted in his recent blog, this attack method […]
Posted on 12 February 2014 by
Mobile banking is now well on the way to becoming a regularly used and understood application around the world. And in spite of naysayers who defend traditional branches and talk down their decline at the hands of electronic banking channels, the demand for safe, secure and convenient mobile banking mixed with the capability of modern […]
Posted on 22 April 2014 by
You can’t not step outside and see how mobile usage is affecting mainstream and consumer behavior – from toddlers playing with iPads to people walking into lampposts as they fail to look up from their device when out and about. Given the tremendous increase in mobile usage in recent years, it’s hardly surprising that expectations […]
Posted on 21 May 2014 by
Predictions about the demise of any given technology or way of working often turn out to be premature. However, the claim from Symantec Senior President Brian Dye that antivirus software “is dead” feels like a landmark, not least because Dye’s company has been one of the leading vendors of this software for decades. Speaking to […]
Posted on 16 September 2014 by
With current account ‘switch’ rates up nearly 20% in the UK, what must banks do to build loyalty?
Posted on 18 September 2014 by
American millennials aren’t interested in what banks have to say. How can the industry address this?