85 percent of U.S. adults with banking accounts are at least somewhat concerned about online banking fraud, according to Entersekt. Such fraud can include phishing, malware, man-in-the-browser and brute force attacks.
While concern is worth noting, it is action that impacts the ultimate health of a financial institution. Seventy-one percent of U.S. adults would be at least somewhat likely to switch to a different bank if they became a victim of online banking fraud at their current bank.
“According to RSA’s 2013 report The Year in Phishing, online banking fraud is a nationwide epidemic in which banks, who lost $1.5 billion in revenue last year from phishing attacks, are simply accepting losses instead of proactively adapting their defense,” said Christiaan Brand, CTO at Entersekt. “What makes the issue complicated is the increased sophistication of hackers, but technology aimed at thwarting attacks has evolving too.”
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