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Taking Advantage of Generational Nuances within Cyber and Privacy

Cybersecurity for financial institutions has never been more critical. Emerging attack methods and vectors, coupled with a nearly overnight shift to widespread digital transaction adoption among consumers, has put everyone at heightened risk. Th...

Consumer Preference Drives Shift in Authentication

This report, sponsored by Mitek Systems, explores shifting consumer preference in authentication methods and what financial services can do to both instill consumer confidence and maintain continuous authentication across the account and transac...

The Black Swan, The Vicious Cycle, and the Crisis in Cyber Insurance

The disruption caused by the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack thrust the ransomware epidemic into the national spotlight. Policymakers, executives and consumers may be scrambling to understand how something like this could happen, but those i...

The Weakest Link: Changing Consumers’ Cybersecurity Behaviors

Cybersecurity awareness training and education have finally reached a tipping point and have proved, over the long haul, to be successful. Anti-phishing campaigns have taken time to resonate, but the success of phishing campaigns has declined as...

Exposing the Risks of Remote Deposit Capture

With the passage of the Check Clearing for the 21st Century Act (Check 21), enacted in 2003 , financial institutions began accepting electronic check images from depositing consumers, and there was no looking back. Remote deposit capture (RDC) t...

2021 Identity Fraud Study: Shifting Angles

As criminals focus intently on consumers as the path of least resistance in their quest to steal personal information, their tactics have diverged into two entirely distinctive identity fraud categories that drove consumer losses to $56 billi...

SolarWinds Shines Light on Emerging APT Risks

The recovery process from December’s SolarWinds attack is just beginning. Financial institutions got off easy this time, but now must take immediate action to mitigate insecurity from this attack and strengthen their security posture in anticipa...

‘American Rescue Plan’ Relief and Renewed Fraud Opportunities

Consumers remain a target for cybercriminals as a third stimulus bill is passed into law. Preventing unemployment benefit scams and Economic Impact Payment check fraud should be a priority for financial services. Financial institutions have an o...

Rising Cyber Awareness Is Changing Consumer Privacy Profiles

Consumer awareness surrounding how organizations collect and use personal information is rising. This rising awareness has caused substantial shifts in consumer banking behaviors. Financial institutions have an opportunity to leverage consumers’...

2021 Financial Industry Trends: Financial Fraud

Join John Buzzard, Lead Analyst, Fraud & Security as he walks you through Javelin’s predictions for the Financial Fraud Industry.

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