Online identity theft: many medicines, no cure

Tuesday, 2 November 2004, 7:19 AM EST

As the incidence of online identity theft has steadily climbed in recent months, banks and online retailers have struggled to stay on top of the problem and to protect their customers, whose personal financial information and online account details are coveted by criminals. But as problems like phishing scams change from e-crime phenomenon to endemic online threats, tech part of a migration platform to WiMax solutions expected in the second half of 2005.

By Paul Roberts at Info World.

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