Online bank security worsens

Friday, 15 June 2007, 9:46 AM EST

Banks' online security is getting worse as they rush to offer services online, according to new research.

This year's Annual Security Report from NTA Monitor, a security testing firm, found that 20 percent more security vulnerabilities turned up in the infrastructures of banks, building societies and other financial institutions compared with last year's report. The survey covers networks, applications and systems.

At Yahoo! News.

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