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Guest Blog: Technology and Consumers’ Financial Health

We’ve all heard the stats:  47 percent of households can’t come up with $400 in a pinch; 57% of households lack financial health; for 5 months out of the year,...

World Elder Abuse Awareness Discussion: Protecting the Finances of the Elderly

  This week, FSR was joined by representatives from Allianz, Ameriprise, and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for a panel discussion to raise awareness on keeping seniors safe from financial...

Keeping Seniors $afe from Financial Fraud

June 15 is World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and much more work needs to be done to raise awareness regarding how to better protect vulnerable seniors from predators seeking to steal the financial security they built over a lifetime.

FSR: To Benefit Consumers, Marketplace Should Determine Interchange Fees

Urges Congress to Repeal Durbin Amendment Washington, D.C.— The Financial Services Roundtable (FSR) released the following statement today following introduction of H.R. 5465, legislation sponsored by Congressman Randy Neugebauer (R-TX)...

CTO Corner: What Can We Do to Better Protect Sensitive Personal Information?

2015 was a banner year for data breaches, culminating in December 2015 when 191 million registered voters’ sensitive personal information (names, home addresses, voter IDs, phone numbers, dates of birth, political affiliations, and voting history) was revealed. With the accumulation of this large data base of sensitive personal information, it is likely that 2016 will be considered the “year of the exploit” as we see a shift to higher-impact, identity-impersonation cybercrime taking advantage of the sensitive data accumulated in 2015 (Evidence of this is already occurring).

 

 

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