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Huffington Post -- Identity theft costs American consumers staggering amounts of money each year, and the totals continue to rise. According to the 2017 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Strategy and Research, 15.4 million U.S. consumers were...
USA Today -- Last year there was a record 15.4 million U.S. victims of identity fraud, according to the 2017 Identity Fraud Study released by Javelin Strategy & Research. Losses attributed to identify theft totaled $16 billion in 2016...
PaymentsSource -- Jacob Jegher, senior vice president for banking and head of strategy at Javelin Strategy & Research, said bankers are excited about the next launch, but “there’s a general feeling of, how much further can smartphone...
Entrepreneur -- A study by Javelin Strategy & Research indicates fraud incidents rose by 16 percent in 2016, with losses increasing by about $700 million more than 2015 figures.
Politically Georgia -- Legislative action is needed to provide more protection to consumers, said Al Pascual, research director and head of fraud and security at Javelin Strategy and Research. “One year of [credit] protection isn’t enough,” he...
Payment Week -- Some, however, are finding the field a bit more restrained. Javelin Strategy and Research’s Jacob Jegher noted “New forms of authentication are interesting, but let’s recall that banks have already implemented forms of...

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