Reducing Consumer Risk Of Identity Theft During COVID-19: Is Your Plan Working?

By | May 22nd, 2020|Banking, Consumer Finance, COVID, Credit Cards, Credit Union, Customer Loyalty, Data Breaches, Fintech, Identity Protection, innovation, Loyalty, Malware and Scams, The Dark Web, Webinar|

The new on-demand webinar series from Experian Partner Solutions delivers quick and timely information to help companies stay up-to-date on how COVID-19 related fraud is impacting consumers. In about 15-minutes, businesses can get expert Cyber Security, Dark Web, Data Breach, and Partner Enablement advice from Experian executives to help protect their consumers and achieve their [...]

Consumer Finance Firms Earn Trust through Digital Innovation

By | November 1st, 2019|Banking, Consumer Finance, Credit Cards, Data Breaches, Identity Protection, Industry News, innovation, Loyalty, Product News, The Dark Web|

The bad news: For the fifth year running, the financial services industry has the lowest trust level of any business category in the U.S. The good news: The same research that uncovered that lack of trust also reveals how financial service firms can win consumer trust—and turnkey identity protection services and credit education programs can [...]

All Eyes on Encryption: Diving Into IBM’s New Mainframe

By | July 18th, 2017|Data Breaches, Industry News|

Image courtesy of IBM. IBM just released IBM Z, a new mainframe that reportedly can run more than 12 billion encrypted transactions per day – a staggering 18 times faster than any other platform. Since encryption is difficult to do at scale, IBM hopes this mainframe will help banks, healthcare providers, government agencies [...]

Cybersecurity in 2016: Reflections on the First Half of 2016

By | June 30th, 2016|Data Breaches, Industry News|

With July just around the corner, it’s hard to believe we’re already halfway through 2016. Throughout the last six months we’ve seen some major cyber security incidents make headlines. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center, since January 1, 2016, there have been a staggering 500 breaches, with over 12.8 million records exposed. The breaches [...]

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