Just a few years ago, depositing a check required a trip to your local bank. Now, mobile banking allows customers to deposit checks, transfer money between accounts, check their account balance and more. But do these conveniences outweigh security concerns with mobile banking? For more than half of American adults, including MSU neuroscience freshman Ethan Kosmyna, the answer is yes. Fifty-eight percent of U.S. adults use a mobile device to manage their banking accounts at least once a month, according to a survey from the American Banking Association.