Macroeconomic Model of Banking Digitization Process
The widespread use of digitization in the field of credit and banking activities is based on the fact that it accelerates and reduces the cost of providing relevant services and also increases the security of operations for both banks and their customers. Among the most obvious advantages of banking digitization customers highlight the possibility of remote account management. However, this advantage is associated with serious problems. First of all, it is various embezzlement of funds from bank accounts also with the help of digital technologies, conducting fraudulent operations.
The aim of this research work is to analyze implications of credit and banking sector digitization through macroeconomic modeling.
A significant increase in the number of crimes committed with the help of digital devices and a multiple increase in the amount of damage from them were revealed in the article based on an empirical study. The cumulative negative impact of crimes committed with the help of digital technologies and digital devices was revealed not only on individual banks and the banking system as a whole, but also on the possibilities of the country’s social and economic development.
KeywordsDigitization of credit and banking sector Macroeconomic model Digital devices Computer crimes Credential theft
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