E-crime deters online banking

Wednesday, 11 October 2006, 6:43 PM EST

More than one-fifth of computer users will still not manage their finances online because of fears about web safety, says a report by government-backed internet security awareness campaign Get Safe Online (GSOL).

And fear of e-crime has the potential to damage UK businesses as more companies move services online, says GSOL managing director Tony Neate.

At vnunet.

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