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Banking Industry Index

Metrics derived from continuous monitoring of banking digital environments. This information is updated every 30 days.


CompanyVendorsDomainsNew Domains (%)Third-party Code (%)High-risk (%)Total CookiesCookies over 12 Months (%)Longest Cookie LifespanAggregate Load Time(Sec)Average JavaScript Download Size(MBs)
Benchmark6211013%89%1%20935%7,985 years2.880.88
Bank 16211523%91%2%19621%15 years1.740.66
Bank 2451010%89%3%17359%50 years1.900.73
Bank 3681315%93%2%23234%10 years1.591.56
Bank 41192035%94%0%47324%30 years2.010.41
Bank 5468313%90%0%15436%7,985 years4.541.24
Bank 610014125%94%1%26741%18 years5.881.05
Bank 721557%87%2%19014%10 years1.380.47
Bank 810716524%93%0%33438%18 years2.811.10
Bank 9236211%84%2%5826%60 years1.470.41
Bank 10476813%79%1%7753%18 years3.601.55
Bank 11468311%89%1%15035%5 years4.800.49

Key Learnings:

More than 75% of U.S. banking breaches are due to malware and hackers, so it’s no wonder that cyber is #1 industry threat. And with the advent of online banking, the industry calls for more oversight and control of the code that renders the consumer experience. On average, the U.S. Banking sector experienced:

  • 89% of executing domains are from third-party vendors
  • 62 avg vendors, continuing to decrease since March
  • 1% high-risk domains, trending down since February
  • 13% new domains each month, 2X larger than April
  • 23% new domains for 3 banks, risky for a regulated industry
  • 7,985 year cookie present on only 1 site; however, almost every bank had at least one cookie with a 10 year lifespan

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