Could new tech change the way we do banking?
Many UK banks are considering introducing a new digitised bank card that can help massively when tackling fraud.
Instead of the usual permamnent three-digit code and security strip, the new card features a constantly changing read out on the back.
Gemalto, a digital firm creating the cards, claims the new technology will be virtually impossible for fraudsters to steal customers bank accounts.
The card is operated by a battery and a microchip, which renews a three-digit code every 20 minutes.
Gemalto spokesperson Lysa Coombs told Sky News: “It means that you physically have to have the card in your possession in order to make a purchase online or over the telephone.”
“If you have simply harvested the card’s details to commit fraud, you won’t be able to do that as you won’t have the up-to-date security code.”