Two-thirds of financial services CIOs unsure that they can maintain security in event of IT failures

Sooraj Shah
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Half of financial services companies say security is a major barrier to mobile banking

Nearly two-thirds (65 per cent) of financial services firms do not have complete confidence that they can remain secure in the event of an IT collapse, a survey has found. Commissioned by Fujitsu,...

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