by Kevin King

Kevin King

Black Friday is quickly approaching and the weekend shopping forecast is bright. Consumer spending is expected to increase by 47% from the same period in 2016.1 This time period includes Cyber Monday, which holds the record for the largest …

by Jason Heil

Jason Heil

Credit unions have seen their operating costs rise dramatically since the 2008 financial crisis, due to the plethora of new regulatory and compliance changes that came in its aftermath. A report issued by the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) reveals …

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

According to a new study from Javelin, instances of new account fraud more than doubled from 2014 to 2015. This increase in fraud is attributed to a number of factors including the recent transition to EMV combined with a significant …

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

According to Javelin’s 2015 Identity Fraud Report, seniors (individuals over 65) incur the highest level of fraud across all types of fraud. Why is that? Seniors are attractive victims: older individuals have better credit and hold more accounts compared

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

Identity theft places a burden on victims and presents tremendous challenges to businesses and government agencies. In 2014, the nature of the breaches had migrated from financial access to identity theft. In fact, 54% of all data breaches were described