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The simple way JPMorgan got hacked

The JPMorgan hack that took place earlier in the year was one of the biggest data breaches in history -- affecting 83 million household and small business accounts. But, according to the New York Times, the breach could have been easily avoided. 
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60 Minutes on "Friendly Fraud"

60 Minutes dove into the underworld of credit card scamming on a recent episode before Black Friday and Cyber Monday, two of the biggest sales days of the year for US retailers. The CBS program covered the massive Target data breach that occurred this time last year - ...
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How the Target hack happened (infographic)

Last year's Target data breach was one of the largest credit card breaches in history, and merchants and retailers should be aware of how the hack was done. This wasn't a particularly sophisticated attack, yet the fraudsters managed to take 40 million credit cards and ...
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Our fraud “fingerprinting” technology can reduce fraud to near-zero levels and increase sales significantly, by not blocking genuine customers.

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