Fraud & Security Research

Monitors the Impact of Trends that Mitigate Security Threats and Keep Accounts and Identities Safe

Financial institutions and their customers are under constant attack as criminals attempt to compromise accounts, personally identifiable information and even intellectual property. Javelin's Fraud & Security team monitors fraud and security trends to help financial institutions and solution providers stay ahead of threats to keep customer accounts and identities safe and mitigate security threats against customers and the enterprise.

Digital Convergence and Fraud: Connecting the Dots

Date: November 12, 2020
Author(s): John Buzzard
Research Topic(s): Fraud Management, Fraud & Security
This report, sponsored by FIS, explores the risk that financial institutions are experiencing as a result of consumers’ adoption of technology through the usage of devices, digital tools, and social media.  

Redefining PII

Javelin Report
Date: November 6, 2020
Research Topic(s): Fraud & Security, Cybersecurity
Data privacy must be a priority for financial services in 2021. Consumer trust will be a business differentiator for U.S. institutions in the coming year, and maintaining and building that trust will set financial institutions apart from fintech...

2020 Identity Proofing Scorecard: Enterprise Solutions

Javelin Report
Date: November 5, 2020
Research Topic(s): Fraud & Security, Fraud Management
This report reviews and ranks technology providers that offer enterprise-wide identity-proofing solutions. Javelin evaluated 26 technology providers and created a ranking of the enterprise providers.
This original report sponsored by Allstate Identity Protection explores how identity fraud can affect families in a variety of unique and challenging ways. This report identifies recommended actions that families can take to help reduce...

Identity Fraud in Three Acts: A Consumer Guide

Date: October 28, 2020
Author(s): John Buzzard
Research Topic(s): Fraud Management, Fraud & Security
This report sponsored by AARP explores the impact of identity fraud on U.S. consumers aged 55+ and how technology may play a role in the ability of consumers to protect themselves from financial harm as a result of identity fraud. ...
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