Matt Klempa
May 20, 2022

The clear trend is toward digital, but payments using paper still represent a big chunk of the market.

Christopher DeAngelis is convinced that Millennials—notoriously loose with their personal information—make it much too easy for fraudsters to separate them from their money.

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Card fraud is one of the fastest growing crimes impacting financial institutions.

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The financial services industry is in an age of major disruption.

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Given the proliferation of printers in banking – a large institution may have tens of thousands in facilities spread across the country – printer management needs to play a critical role in the ongoing war against hackers.

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EMV verification, a global standard for credit and debit payment cards based on chip card technology, makes it difficult for fraudsters to make counterfeit credit cards.

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As the world continues its transformation to an always-on status, data breaches and, in turn, fraud, are on the rise.

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For much of its history, banking was a personal business, with customers interacting directly with their bankers and visiting bank branches when specific needs arose.

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As payments continue to innovate, so do the methods fraudsters utilize to exploit vulnerabilities.

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In the wake of recent well-publicized data breaches, the financial services industry is looking at tokenization as a means of improving the security around payments.

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With fraud prevention, many banks emphasize how their systems leverage “big data” to find patterns of unusual activity by using data analytics to process through millions of transactions and pinpoint fraudulent activity.

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Finally, years after the global financial crisis and the new regulations and consumer mistrust it produced, banks are looking at forecasts of increased consumer and commercial lending activity.

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With the endless storm of data breaches, the concept of tokenization has taken the financial industry by storm.

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We live in dangerous times, when it’s not uncommon for criminals to know more about the identity of a bank’s customers than the bank itself.

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These days, it seems like the latest data breach is detailed in breaking headlines on a daily basis.

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Opportunity for one doesn’t always mean opportunity for all, but unfortunately, it does in banking.

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The deluge of news stories in recent years regarding stolen personal data and the increasing issue of identity theft highlights a problem that financial institutions cannot afford to ignore.

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Credit card data breaches are much in the news these days, with the recent problems at Home Depot following on the heels of the well-publicized debacle at Target earlier this year.

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Now that most of the largest U.

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