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KIMAtv.com -- According to Javelin Strategy and Research 15.4 million U.S consumers were hacked last year because of poor password usage or for clicking on links that spread computer viruses.
The Wall Street Journal -- The volume of mobile online retail payments in the U.S. is expected to reach nearly $319 billion in 2020, up from $122 billion in 2015, according to consulting firm Javelin Strategy & Research.
AccountingToday -- According to a recent annual report by Javelin Strategy and Research, there was a surge in account takeover incidents nationwide this year, typically aimed at financial accounts, after years of decline. Javelin saw a 31...
AMERICAN BANKER -  “In terms of interest right now," AI "seems to be near the top,” said Emmett Higdon, director of mobile at Javelin Strategy & Research. “A lot of banks are investing in it through their investment arms or innovation labs...
One World Identity -  While tax-related identity fraud may be on the decline, overall it saw an increase in 2016, according to data from Javelin Strategy & Research released earlier this year. They found that identity fraud grew by 16...
TheStreet -  According to the 2017 Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research, 15.4 million Americans experienced some form of ID fraud, with $16 billion lost in the process. That's up from 13.1 million victims and $15.3 billion in...
USA TODAY -  Phone number identity theft is a big problem. Last year, approximately 161,000 consumers had mobile phone accounts taken over, compared to 84,000 in 2015, according to Javelin Strategy & Research in Pleasanton, Calif.

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