https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/A-millennial-experiencing-friction-frustration.jpg 887 1183 Karen Taylor https://nudatasecurity.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Nudata_logo-300x112.png Karen Taylor2018-03-14 12:50:212018-07-03 15:24:28Cash it or trash it: The millennial banking mantra
Each generation puts its mark on society and the millennials, born between 1981 and 1997, are no different. This generation of 92 million was born with technology in their hands, and they are having a profound effect on the banking industry. Their mantra: I want it, and I want it now! With an estimated $200 billion to spend annually, they have become a force to contend with. This group is pushing banks to expand their boundaries, and mobile banking is …
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Almost 179 million records containing personal information were disclosed during 1,579 data breaches in 2017, according to the Identity Theft Resource Center and CyberScout. These numbers represent a 45% increase over 2016. They also mean that nearly everyone in the U.S. has had their personal information exposed and that it will end up in the hands of cybercriminals in the near future – if not already. What was once an infrequent occurrence has now become an epidemic. The Identity Theft …
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Credential stuffing is on the rise, and it’s becoming cheaper and more accessible to bad actors. Credential Stuffing is the mass-scale automated testing of breached username and password combinations across multiple websites. When successful matches are discovered, attackers use these logins to take over the account for fraud or to resell the confirmed credentials to others to commit fraud. This form of attack is now the single largest source of account takeover fraud on most major websites and mobile applications. …
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