4 in 10 consumers resigned to online financial security breach

Posted by John B. Frank - ePayment News Friday, April 13, 2012


A new survey from mobile security firm Entersekt reveals that more than four out of 10 consumers believe it's only a matter of time before their financial security is breached after conducting online transactions.

entersekt logo.jpgEntersekt's survey of 1,000 consumers found that while many aren't prepared to give up the convenience of online transactions, 41% are convinced their financial security will be breached in the future.

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