Corporate public key?
Tue Jul 8 20:07:01 2003
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On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 01:56:09PM -0400, Eugene Smiley wrote:
> > I think I'll write to them. I just need to put some thought into
> > the email, and ideally find someone who can make a decision.
> I doubt that one voice will make a difference. I'd like to see this
> grow into a grassroots campaign with many voices asking for this as
> a banks fiduciary responsibility. I'm willing to give my voice to
Yeah, I know what you mean. It'd be good to have your voice there too.
I'm also trying to find the most effective way to do this. For once, I've been
speaking of ING because they have a much greater interest than any other bank.
Most banks can argue that for secure information people should just come to the
branch. ING doesn't have any branches, it's 100% on-line, so it makes sense that
they be at the "fore-front" of on-line security. That's why I want to talk to
them in particular.
I also want to find the most appropriate person I can reach. I don't want just
write to some low-level underling who has no decision power and no interest in
this sort of thing.
Daniel Carrera | OpenPGP fingerprint:
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