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Nerdwallet - Banks still make the lion’s share of U.S.-based personal transfers, wiring nearly $140 billion in person-to-person payments last year, according to analyst firm Javelin. Non-bank providers, including Western Union and MoneyGram, sent $...
The Huffington Post - Incidents of identity theft held fairly steady last year, according to a new report by Javelin Strategy and Research. It would seem with time-honored methods of ripping people off going the way of Bonnie and Clyde, fraudsters...
CNBC - The days of spotting an unauthorized charge on your credit card aren't over, but criminals have been increasingly focused on perpetuating a kind of fraud that's harder for consumers to spot and can be more difficult to fight — opening new...
American Banker - Bank of America's commitment to its digital banking platforms holds tremendous promise for the next generation of those channels, said Daniel Van Dyke, an analyst at Javelin Strategy & Research, which produces a mobile banking...

'Where's the Breach?'

January 28, 2016
BANK INFO SECURITY - The U.S. shift to EMV might help block more breaches, security experts say, although full EMV compliance remains years away. With no easy breach respite in site, experts say that more security-savvy consumers might make a move...
The New York Times - Some banking habits are changing across the population. In 2010, 40 percent of Americans with bank accounts visited a physical branch once a week, while only 9 percent made a mobile transaction weekly, according to survey...
MobilePaymentsToday - In 2015, the number of the number of U.S. adults who banked weekly via mobile exceeded the number who banked in the branch. This finding, revealed in a new report by Javelin Strategy, highlights the ascendance of digital over...
AMERICAN BANKER - "Security is critical for the development and subsequent adoption of P-to-P payments, along with faster payments," Pascual said. "From a consumer perspective, whenever financial technology is introduced the top impediment to...

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