In 2015, $78 million in counterfeit currency was passed in the United States, according to a report by the US Secret Service. Nearly 7o percent of that $78 million was created with the use of digital printing technologies. Read More
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According to online statistics database Statista, the value of payment fraud losses in the United States rose from $5.6 billion in 2012 to an estimated $9.1 billion in 2018. Read More
With the growth of online shopping comes security issues in e-commerce that LP professionals need to understand. Read More
A credit card skimmer is a device by which thieves and fraudsters steal credit card information. Often, these theft events will occur in the retail setting, but there are other ways by which the devices can be used to steal information from card owners for criminal purposes. Unfortunately, all it Read More
Radio frequency identification (RFID) skimming is a form of digital theft which enables information from RFID-equipped credit cards to be read and duplicated. It can be used as a form of wireless identity theft or credit card theft.
Typically, it involves the illegitimate reading of RFID-enabled credit cards (or other devices) Read More
Like most people, you probably shop online a lot. No doubt you use your credit or debit cards often at stores and restaurants. We know that shopping online and using credit and debit cards increases one’s risk for identity theft. So, what is the best identity theft protection? Is it Read More