I work in the computer industry, and I know a few things about security, like the fact that those "security questions" that you're asked for are pretty much completely bogus and not useful as security. (Besides, I tend to forget little things whether or not I uppercased the P in 'Fluffy the Piranha' for the question about your first pet.)
I'm really somewhat concerned about the state of security of at least one online banking platform. (Me and Bruce Scheiner both, I suppose.) So I'm looking for resources to learn which banks which offer real two-factor authentication (like the little RSA keyfobs, or at least text messages to your phone) to confirm logins, and what other security features they can provide.... real security features, not just security theatre.