Senior Analyst, Fraud & Security
Suzanne is a senior analyst in Javelin's fraud & security practice. She tracks trends and risks in cybersecurity, and delivers practical recommendations for fraud protection. Her specific areas of interest are government cybersecurity, behavioral sciences and fraud, and consumer empowerment and education against fraud.
Before joining Javelin, Suzanne was a software engineer at US Bank, where she created complex and large-scale designs for credit card account and payment processing systems. Suzanne holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting and electronic communication from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis.
The Future of Digital Identities is Now
Digital IDs offer convenience and security that, if implemented correctly, can reduce threats such as new account fraud, account takeover fraud, and synthetic identity fraud and al...
Reality Bytes: Empowering Consumers Through Fraud and Scams Education
Identity fraud scam losses declined in 2021, but the threat remains real, and financial institutions have a vested interest in ensuring that they are outfitting their customers and...
2023 Financial Fraud Trends & Predictions
The annual fraud trends provide an assessment of the top three trends financial institutions will face and recommendations on how to minimize losses.
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