- What level of risk does mobile malware currently pose to mobile banking, payments, and commerce?
- How will this risk change over the next several years?
- How do existing mobile malware features compare against authentication and security strategies employed by financial institutions and merchants?
- What behaviors leave users most at risk for mobile malware infections?
- What measures can financial institutions and merchants take to most effectively protect their users from mobile malware?
Consumer data in this report is based on information collected in a random-sample panel survey of 5,028 consumers conducted in November 2016. For questions answered by all 5,028 respondents, the maximum margin of sampling error is +/- 1.398 percentage points at the 95% confidence level.
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