Here's another great exercise in looking backwards by asking people to consider something that they don't know - a bit like asking focus groups to design cars (US style) or asking users to design IT systems when they have no notion of what's possible.
Unisys asked in a bunch of countries, excluding Japan and Korea, if people would use banking by mobile and other mcommerce, and "71 percent of the 13,296 consumers in 14 countries surveyed as part of the bi-annual Unisys Security Index said they will not even consider online banking or shopping via mobile device due to security concerns."
Perhaps they didn't ask in Japan because the $billions in mcommerce there may have skewed the result that Unisys was looking for, not to mention Korea.
This is the same old claptrap that used to go on about IT outsourcing and security, and even using the Internet and security. There's not much point to the article except to get Unisys some press and the following quote: "Telecommunications providers are in one of the least trusted industries in the entire business world, according to the Unisys consumer research".
OH! that's not quite true, the comments about France being the most mcommerce resistant and Germans being most mcommerce literate in the survey group surprised me.