Security firm F-Secure says a hacking experiment it conducted in the UK highlights the dangers of using public Wi-Fi which it claims is “inherently insecure”.
Security is always a concern with financial transactions conducted online and the explosion in smartphone use for everything from mobile banking, buying event tickets to paying bills means that it’s a number one priority for both consumers and financial services providers.
The growing risk of cyber threats to companies around the world is being ignored by employees who visit ‘inappropriate’ websites like porn sites while they are at work.
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