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Bank and Business Telecom Safety Alert Announced

ASF addresses bank and business telecom safety and security breach.

LA JOLLA, Calif. - Nov. 30, 2016 - EntSun -- Bank and Business Telecom Safety and Security Alert

ASF 'Safe Call' addresses bank and business telecom safety and security breach.

The Automobile Safety Foundation (founded 1988) continues campaign for the "modernization of telephone banking." ASF has filed with the CFPB the following banking and business telecommunications recommendations, "Safe Call," at: http://carsafe.org/safe-call.php establishing for public record that these ASF urgent safety and security recommendations have been submitted to major banks and financial institutions for their immediate and continued consideration. Please watch ASF video at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xVoe3Pjd3Q.



Over a million people were killed in automobile accidents last year, with another two million seriously injured. The NHTSA states distracted driving is the number one cause of auto accidents and a "deadly epidemic." ASF recommends a cure for this epidemic, the science of road concentrationEyes on the Road/Hands on the Wheel.
There are six billion mobile phone users, and over a billion vehicles on the road. Mobile phone use while driving is a worldwide constant. The magnitude of this matter dictates an urgent need for immediate remedial actions to address new banking and business communications standards and practices.

Banks are the most called businesses in the world, and also the business with the dangerous telephone demand, "Enter or say your ATM, account, or credit card number." This outdated identification propriety is extremely hazardous to those on the road as it encourages people to text message and/or read ATM, credit card or account information while driving. Furthermore, this telephone banking identification practice is proven insecure with the realization that ATM, credit cards, and account numbers are not effective for telephone banking security as they can be lost, stolen, or even copied. There are modern and better security measures now available such as secret passwords and voice biometrics. With main line voice command systems now in use by several banks such as Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Citi Bank, and Capital One, an acknowledgment of the importance of the ASF Safe Call recommendations and the start of a new industry standard, the recognition that card or account number identification requests are insecure and potentially hazardous is beginning. Safe Call improvements are also suited for all bank divisions including credit card, mortgage, brokerage, and loan departments. The ASF Safe Call recommendations improve banking and business telecom security, safety, proficiency, and productivity (customer satisfaction), cost little to implement, and are now available to benefit your businesses.
The modernization of bank and business telecom is an international safety and security issue. Is your bank or business safe, secure, and socially responsible?

Help make a more safe and secure world. ASF requests that all banks and businesses concerned with public safety and improved security, that choose to implement Safe Call recommendations, offer ASF fair research market value compensation for this usage. Please send your tax-deductible contribution and contract to the Automobile Safety Foundation, P.O. Box 12183, La Jolla, CA 92039. ASF donations can also be made (outside of contracting for Safe Call usage) to help aid the ASF international safety effort.

ASF will consider collaboration with marketing and collection professionals that can help ASF modernize global telecommunications.

Contact
August West
858 8344345
***@carsafe.org


Source: Automobile Safety Foundation

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