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Cnet -- In the US, the recent 2017 Identity Fraud Study by analysts Javelin Strategy & Research also recorded a record high increase in identity fraud. Fraudsters managed to dupe two million more victims to steal a total of $16 billion...
The CoinTelagraph  -- As e-commerce has risen in popularity, so has online fraud. Yet fighting online fraud is very challenging. Declining transactions too aggressively to prevent fraud can be a self-defeating goal. According to a...
AMERICAN BANKER - “No fault of the iris scanning technology, the Note 7 did not fare well,” said Al Pascual, senior vice president and research director at Javelin Strategy & Research. Iris recognition “got buried in the story of exploding...
NerdWallet - They’re already popular with younger cardholders: About 40% of millennial consumers — those ages 18 to 34 — receive financial alerts as push notifications, says Mark Schwanhausser, director of digital banking at Javelin Strategy &...
The Jackson Sun -- A 2012 report sponsored by the Identity Theft Assistance Center (ITAC) and conducted by Javelin Strategy and Research found that 1 in 40 households with a child under age 18 had at least one child whose personal information...
Wealthmanagement.com -- The overall economic impact is significant. According to the 2017 Identity Fraud Study by Javelin Strategy & Research, $16 billion was stolen from U.S. consumers through identity fraud in 2016, up from $15.3...

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