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Tag Archives: Cybercrime

EZShield Acquires IdentityForce – Offering the Most Powerful Solutions for Digital Identity Theft Protection and Cybersecurity

IdentityForce

While speaking last week with Al Pascual, SVP and Head of Fraud & Security at Javelin Strategy & Research, in a joint briefing with Steve Bearak, IdentityForce’s CEO, the words “big news” kept circulating throughout the discussion. And I couldn’t be more excited to officially share today’s BIG news, along with my thoughts on what EZShield’s acquisition of IdentityForce means for our customers, partners, and our most valued asset — our employees. Continue reading

Cybercrime Costs Financial Services Sector More Than Any Other Industry

make the right investment in cybersecurity

Financial institutions spend three times more on cybersecurity than other industries, according to a new report by Kaspersky Lab.

This critical investment in cybersecurity is warranted as cybercrime continues to plague the industry. With record-breaking numbers of data breach events – and the growing sophistication of phishing scams – cybersecurity threats relentlessly target both financial institutions and the accountholders they’re responsible to protect.

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Data Security in 2016: The Good, The Bad, The Takeaways

Data Security 2016

As we round out the current year, the data security world is buzzing with year-end reports and data security predictions for 2017. 

From cybercrime to payments fraud — identity crimes took a dramatic turn in 2016. This year-end data paints a telling story of the state of data security. Some changes were for the best, others for the worst. However, there are a few qualitative findings that offer even more insight into the future. Continue reading

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