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Increased use of money online
calls for improved security

New consumer research indicates opportunities for banks

Consumer online activity involving money has increased and cyber criminals are exploiting this trend. Download the new F‑Secure whitepaper and find out what banks can do to help their customers with digital security.

Consumers are struggling with online security

Online shopping, banking and mobile payments have grown significantly since the pandemic began. Simultaneously, cyber crime and fraud related to personal finances, credit cards and bank accounts have spiraled. Consumers are increasingly concerned about their security and privacy — to the extent that they are changing their online behavior. Even the most tech-savvy consumers struggle with protecting all their devices.

Consumers are struggling with online security
Strengthen the value of your banking services with security

Strengthen the value of your banking services with security

Heightened concerns and security awareness have also increased consumers’ interest in and willingness to pay for security solutions. They perceive banks as trusted providers of security. Therefore, security makes a perfect candidate for new value-added services or loyalty programs for banks. Find out more in the new whitepaper.

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Download the new F‑Secure research whitepaper for banks to learn more about consumers’ online security and privacy behavior and attitudes and how you can seize the new opportunities that have arisen.

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F‑Secure’s four waves of consumer research between 2014 to 2021 cover 5 to 11 countries and include responses of over 27,000 consumers. This report summarizes the findings of our latest study conducted in June 2021 in Brazil, France, Germany, the UK, the USA, Mexico, the Netherlands, Sweden, and Japan (9 countries × 800 respondents — 7,200 respondents), and compares those findings with those of our previous studies, conducted in 2015, 2018, and 2020.