Kyle is an Analyst in Javelin's Fraud & Security practice. His research focuses on strategies for financial institutions to protect their clients from fraud within the context of emerging threats to consumers’ financial security. He regularly co-authors reports analyzing methods for preventing, detecting, and resolving instances of financial crime, the impact of different fraud mitigation strategies on consumer behavior, as well as the projected consequences of technological changes in payment platforms on data security.
Before joining Javelin, Kyle was a Research Fellow at Ludwig von Mises Institute where he evaluated the financial and operational benefits from the implementation of the quality management standard ISO 9001 in manufacturing firms.
Kyle holds Bachelor’s degrees in Economics and Music from Grove City College.