NatWest and RBS have the most secure online banking systems, according to a report.
The Which? survey ranked the banks at the top of the pile with 76%, while Santander received the worst score at 47% – 20% less than second-from-last Halifax.
Banks were scored based on their login security, logout security, security when changing personal details, and their security when adding a new payee for online payments.
The full list of scores is as follows:
- NatWest/RBS – 76%
- The Co-Operative Bank – 72%
- HSBC – 72%
- Barclays – 71%
- Norwich and Peterborough Building Society – 70%
- Lloyds TSB – 69%
- Smile – 68%
- Halifax – 67%
- Santander – 47%
Which? said that NatWest and RBS impressed with their requirement for a card reader when dealing with high-risk tasks, while it was ‘security around the logout process’ that let Santander down.
For more on the report, see the Which? website.
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