Thursday, December 22, 2005

Intisari interview: security of internet banking

I was interviewed in Intisari magazine (December 2005 issue) on the security of Internet Banking. (See cover page on the left. "Transaksi aman Bank Internet, halaman 142.)

In the interview I said that the security of Internet Banking is already good enough. What do you think? Posted by Picasa


ronny said...

What about phishing and so called identity theft and fraudulent transactions?

Bruce Schneier argues that "To mitigate that risk, we need to concentrate on detecting and preventing fraudulent transactions. We need to make the entity that is in the best position to mitigate the risk to be responsible for that risk. And that means making the financial institutions liable for fraudulent transactions."

What have Indonesian financial institutions done to mitigate the risk?

Anonymous said...

I think the problem is not with online security, the problem is with educating the users.

avianto said...

Classic problem, sir.

It's not software, it's not hardware, it's brainware.

68%™ security failures are because of human errors

wanda said...

one big problem..:D
couple times..they print another client transaction on my list..that spooky sometimes, and it happens a lots of time..even my money didn't lost but wrong posting?...who's the stupid one?..the system?..or the EDP person? make them fix that 1st, than it'll be ok to call it safe.

aRdho said...

It's still a big problem, sir.. :)

anonymous said...

FYI, (another) Schneier's post on Internet Banking --

Bank Mandates Insecure Browser.