None of my credit cards are RFID. The only cards I have ever had that are RFID/NFC are hotel keys, and conference cards. My passport cover itself blocks RFID scanning - US passports only work if open.
And of course the sensationalism of the quote "more than 10 million identities digitally pick pocketed every year [and] 70% of all credit cards vulnerable to such attacks by 2015" - really? There are many problems with statements like this - but I am sure the Marketing group came up with them:
- stealing a credit number and maybe name is not an identity
- 10 million is a big number - every year since when? So 20% of the US has been compromised in the last few years?
- credit cards are being issued with chip and pin - RFID credit cards will become obsolete
The same people that buy these pants should buy shirts and hats that protect them from Unicorns and other fictional creatures.