Introduction and History of Internet Banking 2.
What is the â€œBrick-to-clickâ€ banks 3.
What is the â€œVirtual Banksâ€ 3.
How to manage your accounts online 4.
Transfer money 4.
Parts of the E-banking 5.
a, E-mail payment 5.
b, Online shopping (Loans and Credit cards): 6.
Credit cards 6.
c, Investing 7.
E-banking solutions 8.
Online Banking Services 11.
Securities of E-banking 12.
Comprehensive security control process 12.
Establishment of clear audit trails for e-banking transactions 13.
Confidentiality of bank information 14.
Authentication of e-banking customers 14.
Availability of e-banking systems 14.
Internet Banking in Hungary 15.
Advantage and Disadvantage of E-banking 16.
Introduction of BNPâ€™s Electronic Banking system 19.
About Electronic Banking (EB) system in general 19.
How does EB work? 19.
Control functions, accessing data for previous transfers 20.
Managing partner data 20.
System and data security 21.
Introduction and History of Internet Banking.
First I would like to introduce the E-Banking and tell why is it so new and important in the Bank sector and daily life. In todayâ€™s fast-paced, e-everything business environment, the process of making and receiving payments or managing your banking functions seems trapped in a time warp: Itâ€™s inefficient, time-consuming and costly. The forms and shapes that money takes continue to evolve. To coins and banknotes have been added cheques and credit cards and, most recently, electronic money â€“ or e-money. E-banking has been around for some years in the form of telephone banking and automatic teller machines. The growing popularity of the internet and mobile phones means that more customers can access banking services through electronic channels. E-Banking can help you reduce administrative expenses, improve productivity and better manage cash in a completely secure environment.