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PaymentsSource - Total identity fraud reached $16.9 billion in 2019, according to research from Javelin Strategy & Research, which notes that fraudsters are targeting fewer victims but inflicting far more damage once personal information...
Kiplinger - The number of victims of account takeovers, in which a criminal takes control of an existing online account, rose more than 20% last year, according to a report by Javelin Strategy & Research, a financial advisory firm.
Security Boulevard - “The data is proof of what we’ve long known: The full weight of identity fraud lies not only in counterfeit credit cards and magnetic stripes but in full account takeover and new account fraud. Now it’s time to elevate our...
American Banker - The volume of payments made via wearables is growing, but most of the activity is through key players like Apple and Fitbit, said Emmett Higdon, director of digital banking at Javelin Strategy & Research..
The Wall Street Journal- Fraud is a perennial problem for banks. Fraud losses – including losses linked to credit and debit cards – cost banks, merchants and, in some cases, cardholders $16.9 billion last year, up 15% from a year prior and the...
KCBS Radio - According to Fidelity National Information Services the dollar volume of attempted fraudulent transactions rose 35-percent in April from a year earlier. That trend appears to be continuing in May. 
Security Boulevard - According to 2017 study conducted by Javelin Research, more than 1 million children had their identities stolen, and 66% of victims were under the age of 8.

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