Are you curious about what might happen in the financial fraud and cybersecurity realm in 2023? Join Tracy Kitten, director of Fraud & Security, and John Buzzard, lead analyst, Fraud Management, for an engaging conversation based on their 2023 trends reports.
For additional insights, check out the trends reports.
Cybersecurity Trends - 2023 will be a busy, and potentially scary year, as economic pressures, geopolitical and political tensions, and growing cyber-risks put consumers and financial services on edge. Cyber-risk fallout from the pandemic continues to plague all critical infrastructure sectors and has only been complicated and compounded by the war between Russia and Ukraine that is bringing other adversaries to the U.S. into the fold. Check out our top three 2023 cybersecurity trends here - https://javelinstrategy.com/research/2023-cybersecurity-trends-predictions.
Financial Fraud Trends - Financial institutions are making more concerted efforts to focus on the customer experience and education, and it’s time to explore the idea of how the rising popularity of cryptocurrency, advancements in digital identification technology, and regulatory rumblings regarding scams and fraud will affect consumers in the coming months. Consumers are more likely to accept digital advancements like mobile government-issued IDs as many daily tasks and activities have become digital-centric, but privacy concerns and the idea of an additional attack surface for cybercriminals may introduce some roadblocks. Check out our top three 2023 financial fraud trends here - https://javelinstrategy.com/research/2023-financial-fraud-trends-predictions.