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Re: Report on security of e-money by BIS
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Sender: [email protected]
Reply-To: [email protected] (Leo Van Hove)
Date: Mon, 16 Sep 1996 10:39:14 +0100
From: [email protected] (Leo Van Hove)
To: Multiple recipients of <[email protected]>
Subject: Re: Report on security of e-money by BIS
>So, I am still keen on that report ...
>> No political recommandations.
>> Possibliy the report will soon be online. Meanwhile it should be
>> possible to order a copy at www.bis.org.
>but the site has no email address or ordering info. The report
>is not listed as far as I could see. As I have a scanner, I
>shall attempt to secure a paper copy, but it looks like recourse
>to historical methods of communications is called for. Now, how
>does one operate this push-button dial thingy...
Found the following on the FRB of New York site at
SECURITY MEASURES FOR ELECTRONIC MONEY ARE
EFFECTIVE, G-10 TASK FORCE REPORTS
NEW YORK -- Existing security measures to protect electronic money
implemented correctly, can provide consumers and issuers adequate
protection from fraud, according to a report by G-10 central bank computer
and security experts.
The report, issued through the Bank for International Settlements, was
*** This report will be available in its entirely on this site in the near
Leo Van Hove
Centre for Financial Economics
Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels)
vox: +32 2 629.21.25
fax: +32 2 629.22.82
home page: http://cfec.vub.ac.be/cfec/leo.htm
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