Bank of America gets personal
What could make you feel more at ease than a picture of your dog, Scruffy?
Bank of America will require Internet clients to register their computers and assign a digital image, such as a photo of a pet, to their accounts in an effort to cut down on fraud, the bank announced.
The free service, called SiteKey, lets clients pick an image, write a brief phrase and select three challenge questions.
The image will appear on the site every time a customer has to enter a password.