Carrying out financial transactions on your desktop and other such traditional methods are more susceptible to cybercrime than using your mobile. That’s according to research by security technology company Threatmetrix, which shows one million cyberattacks targeted online lending transactions in 2016. Cyber fraud expert from Threatmetrix, Dr. Stephen Moody, spoke to Share Radio’s Anviksha Patel to discuss the research further.
Over recent years, finance has been moving into the online world, most of us now bank online, we can get financial advice online, invest online and even sort out a mortgage online.
So how is financial technology developing and what does the future of finance look like? To answer this Sarah is joined by Gemma Godfrey founder of Moola, Victor Trokoudes, CEO and co-founder of Plum and Chris Skinner, a writer, commentator and chairman of the Financial Services Club.
How safe is your personal data online? This week Sarah Pennells looks at data privacy and how you can protect your personal details online and how just small tweaks to your personal settings can protect you from fraud or identity theft. She is joined in the studio by John Mitchison, Head of Preference at the Direct Marketing Association, and Tony Neate, Chief Executive at Get Safe Online website.
Sarah Pennells is joined by personal finance reporter at the Telegraph, Kate Palmer and guests from Money Advice Service, SplittableUK and The Energy Shop to discuss splitting household bills in shared accomodation.
Kate Palmer, Nick Katz, Adam Wells, Joe Milanowski
Sarah Pennells is joined by telegraph finance journalist Nicole Blackmore to discuss how to make the most of your money using money saving apps with guests from mySupermarket, Voucher Cloud and Student Money Saver.
Charlotte Burns, Ben Harrow, Nicole Blackmore, Terri Witherden