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CBS Moneywatch - Financial losses from credit card fraud last year soared to $11 billion, touching millions of consumers and thousands of businesses nationwide. Thefts of other kinds of confidential data also have become increasingly common,...
CNET - Online fraud has almost tripled in the past year, according to the 2014 Identitiy Fraud Report from Javelin Strategy & Research. According to the report In Search of a Better Password Policy released earlier this month by Javelin...
USA Today - Small merchants have grown their businesses and accepted credit cards without having to pay big fees that turned them off initially to taking credit. But big changes are coming, in the form of an all-new type of credit card. "The model...
CBS NEWS - With holiday shopping season in full swing, recent high-profile hacks on Home Depot and Target are looming large in the minds of shoppers. "Apple Pay makes the card data unreadable to the criminals. It's going to be the issuer who can...
Bank Info Security - At Information Security Media Group's Fraud Summit Dallas, experts discussed long-term viability of Apple Pay and other emerging payments technologies, including cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin. How U.S. consumers will embrace...
Today Money  - Many identity thefts begin with data breaches at retailers, such as the widely-reported cases at Target and Home Depot. Thankfully, in most cases the thieves do not get Social Security numbers. Last year, about 62 percent of...

Is Mobile Banking Safe?

November 12, 2014
Fox Business - According to Javelin Strategy and Research, mobile banking increased by 40 percent in 2013, with 74,000 new users per day. "There's little doubt that the era of mobile banking is coming," says Mark Schwanhausser, Director of...
American Banker - Mobile device users are about 25% more likely than the general population to use the same password to access more than one online account, according to the survey of 5,634 U.S. adults, which was conducted by Javelin Strategy...

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