Online security must be non-intrusive

Friday, 4 August 2006, 11:04 AM EST

Consumers value better online security but financial institutions need to provide it with a minimum level of perceived distraction, according to a survey by RSA Security.

While users do not want to be unnecessarily bothered by security measures, they are prepared to willingly provide extra verification information when they understand why it is being requested, the survey found.

At Computing.

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