Americans' Overall Security Concern Decreases

December 2010
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Dec2010, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p15
Trade Publication
The article reports on the findings of the "Unisys Security Index" survey which revealed that the overall security concerns about debit card fraud and identity theft has decreased in the U.S.


Related Articles

  • Americans Top Fear Is Theft of Credit Card Data.  // Banking Strategies Daily;11/4/2014, p1 

    The article discusses the findings of an opinion poll conducted by Gallup which highlights credit card data theft as the biggest fear among U.S. adults. It notes that over 69% of the respondents were apprehensive of credit card data attacks whereas 62% were concerned about cyber theft and data...

  • I Think, Therefore I Am-Or Maybe Am Not, In 2003.  // Credit Union Journal;1/15/2007, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p15 

    The article reports that public opinion polls show that identity theft was the primary concern of Americans in 2003 and the belief that credit unions were responsible for not protecting customer identities. The victims of phony credit union websites or e-mails blamed credit unions for the loss...

  • Rest assured. Lorinc, John // CA Magazine;Jan/Feb98, Vol. 131 Issue 1, p16 

    Presents information on how credit card numbers can find their way into general circulation while focusing on KPMG Peat Marwick principal John van Ruth an accountant. Reference to several examples; Information on a service to provide privacy on the Web by CA WebTrust; Where the service was...

  • No one gets a charge out of credit card fraud. Moore, Thomas // Las Vegas Business Press;7/3/95, Vol. 12 Issue 26, p1 

    Reports on the occurrences of credit card fraud in Las Vegas, Nevada. Case of Stacy Rocheleau who was twice a victim of credit card fraud; Information from sergeant Benjamin Kim, an officer with Metro's forgery detail, about the situation in Las Vegas; Easy availability of cash in casinos that...

  • Keeping your credit report clean. Cox, Charles // Overdrive;Nov97, Vol. 37 Issue 11, p29 

    Gives advice on avoiding credit card fraud. Security in keeping credit card and account information private; Comparison of receipts with statement; Inspection of file once a year.

  • Preventing credit card forgery.  // USA Today Magazine;Apr94, Vol. 122 Issue 2587, p7 

    Focuses on the development of a technique that could eliminate majority of credit card fraud in the United States. Discovery of magnetic signature identifiable electronically by Ronald S. Indeck and Marcel W. Muller; Mechanism of identification of electronic fingerprints of objects carrying...

  • Rip-offs rise with growing credit-card usage. Redmond, Jack // Inside Tucson Business;07/28/97, Vol. 7 Issue 18, p24 

    Advises businesses on how to prevent rip-offs from credit card swindlers and scam artists. Includes training employees to key in on anything suspicious in the caller's tone of voice; Asking for the cardholder's billing address and day and evening phone numbers; Double checking post office box...

  • Avoiding credit card fraud. Anthony, J. // Consumers' Research Magazine;May88, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p23 

    Several ways to be victimized by credit card fraud; Lost or stolen cards; How your credit card is misused by using a discarded carbon or by charging on your credit card by phone; Double imprinting; Counterfeit cards; Limited liability of owner; Bank machines; Preventive measures to avoid...

  • Stuck with the bill. Monson, Megan // Oregon Business Magazine;Jan2001, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p48 

    Focuses on issues concerning credit card fraud in Oregon. Implication of the fraud prevention network for online merchants; List of founding members of the prevention network; Forms of fraud deterrent. INSET: DIGITAL SIGNATURES: NO QUICK FIX FOR MERCHANTS..


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics