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The report from which this Executive Summary is compiled is U.S. Financial Services Internet Security, Privacy, and Fraud Report, and the full study abstract is as follows:
As our report documents, the financial services industry may have no larger issues to grapple with than those posed by evolving security and fraud threats, particularly regarding the online consumer. With the burgeoning growth of e-commerce - and the concomitant growth of online banking and other Internet-based financial services customer interaction channels - have come new security and fraud threats. These threats have caused a combination of financial loss, consumer information loss, and (perhaps most importantly) a perception on the part of many consumers that it is simply not safe to conduct financial transactions online. This, in turn, has the potential to inhibit the growth of the online financial services space - a headache the financial services industry would certainly like to avoid.
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