A Washington Post article discusses the letter the FDIC recently mailed to about 6,000 of its employees that describes a data security breach where employee personal information was compromised:
From a recent survey:
Nearly half of U.S. voters say they don’t shop online because they fear identity thieves may capture their bank-account information, according to a survey released on Wednesday by a technology-industry trade group.
A Washington Post article discusses the growing use of biometric identification, which involves authenticating identity by using immutable characteristics of the human body. Some methods include fingerprint readers, iris scanners, and facial recognition systems. According to the article: