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NBC News - 2017 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Strategy & Research claims that 15.4 million U.S. consumers had $16 billion stolen from them, which was up from the previous year.“As a criminal, I would much rather simply compromise your...
Biometric Update.com - Javelin Strategy & Research’s Identity Fraud Study, which showed identity fraud growing by 8 percent to affect 16.7 million U.S. consumers in 2018, and account takeovers tripling to reach total losses of $5.1 billion over...
Banking Exchange - “P2P has reached an important turning point,” says Mark Schwanhausser, director, digital banking, at Javelin. “Zelle offers the best option for consumers to send money to friends and family through the banks and credit unions they...
American Banker  - The 2018 Identity Fraud Study released by Javelin Strategy & Research determined that 16.7 million people in the U.S. were victims of identity theft in 2017, up from 15.4 million in 2017, with $16.8 billion total stolen.
Bank Info Security - While crypto wallets may be considered to be at the sharp end of payments innovation, the security vulnerabilities they face are much the same as those that already exist in digital banking and payments, according to a...
Wall Street Journal - Mobile banking is generally secure. The biggest challenge is from the customer side. Consumers don’t understand that their phones are vulnerable to attacks just like their computers. We rely on operating systems—Apple and...
CNBC - In the year before the Equifax hack, about 15.4 million consumers were victims of identity theft or fraud in 2016, according to a separate report from Javelin Strategy & Research, and that was a 16 percent increase from 2015.

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