Opinion: From the CSO's desk - Banks should ask safer questions

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Opinion: From the CSO's desk - Banks should ask safer questions

Like most people these days, I change credit cards often to take advantage of zero per-cent interest rates.

The process of activating the cards always involves a series of security questions to identify myself when I ring in to transfer funds to and from the card. While the questions used by the different card suppliers vary, one question is common: mother's maiden name. Am I alone in thinking that ...

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