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95 Percent of Americans Received Email with Malware and 9 Percent Opened the Attachment

According to a recent report from Halon, an email security provider, 94.7 percent of Americans received one or more emails that contained a virus, spyware or malware while nearly 9 percent opened an attachment infecting their computer or device. Read More

 
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Nearly Half of all Global Card Fraud Losses Occur in the United States

According to The Nilson Report, global card fraud losses surpassed $11 billion in 2012 while the U.S. accounted for nearly half of the card fraud loss volume. Read More

 
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Text Message Scams Target Consumers Regionally and Nationwide

Just as fraudsters send email phishing scams they also try to elicit payment information through text message scams, a practice referred to as SMiShing. These scams continue to target consumers en masse imitating well-known and established brands, but recent attacks have also targeted specific regions impersonating local credit unions and financial institutions. Read More

 
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Published on December 20, 2011, by in Industry News.

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