E-Banking Nuts and Bolts
Banking business is subject to change, like everything else in this age of electronic communication. As a result, banking consumers today have more options then ever before: one can go to a traditional “brick and mortar” institution that has a building and personal service representatives; or one can go to a “brick and click” (as someone nicely called it) financial institution that has a physical structure but also provides Internet banking services. Finally, one can opt for a “virtual bank” that has no public building and exist only online. This chapter was conceived as your “ticket behind the Scene” to the world of e-Banking. You will see what is an e-Bank; what are the advantages and shortcomings of e-Banking; we will describe security problems related to it, and how those problems can be mitigated; we will try to shed some light on the subjects such as Internet bank architecture, the role of Application Service Providers, process of searching for financial information on the Web, etc.
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