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Evidence in a recent study suggests that large credit card-issuing banks are not keeping up with the technological sophistication of hackers, TIME reports. One research firm analyzed and graded the online security practices of the financial sector's 23 largest card-issuing institutions. Based on a 100-point scale, the average score was a 59. "The good news is issuers are doing a better job overall of resolution, but that's the easiest thing to do," says the study's lead author. "Prevention is the hardest to do, but it's got the biggest payback." The study also noted that banks have a strong record of eliminating fraudulent charges from individuals' bank accounts.
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