Identity Theft Protection Services Market: Global Market Size, Rising Demand, Trends, Astonishing Growth, Technology And Future Opportunities, 2028

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Dec 03, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
Research Nester has released a report titled Identity Theft Protection Services Market – Global Demand Analysis & Opportunity Outlook 2028″ which also includes some of the prominent market analyzing parameters such as industry growth drivers, restraints, supply and demand risk, market attractiveness, year-on-year (Y-O-Y) growth comparisons, market share comparisons, BPS analysis, SWOT analysis and Porter’s five force model.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC), in one of its statistics, stated that in the year 2019, over 20% of all the complaints received were recorded as identity thefts. Moreover, the National Crime Victimization Survey of the Bureau of Justice Statistics, in one of its statistics, stated that the average financial loss associated with identity theft cases was recorded to USD 3500.

Several end users, such as businesses, enterprise and governmental agencies are increasingly

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Access and Identity Management Firm Okta Names New CFO

Okta Inc.,

which offers products for companies to verify identities and provide access to software applications, named a new finance chief.

The San Francisco-based technology company said Wednesday that Mike Kourey would become its new chief financial officer, effective March 8. Mr. Kourey has served on Okta’s board for the past five years, and most recently led the finances of Vlocity Inc., a cloud software firm that was acquired by

Salesforce.com Inc.

in June. He left that role on Tuesday after about a year.

Mr. Kourey is slated to succeed Okta’s current CFO Bill Losch, who plans to retire after more than seven years in the position, including during the company’s initial public offering in 2017. Mr. Losch will continue in his role until March to finalize the company’s annual report, and then stay on as an adviser through the end of April.

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QAnon conspiracy theory faces a post-Trump identity crisis

Q has gone quiet before. But the abrupt lack of posts since last Tuesday — Election Day, which the anonymous figure had touted for months as a key moment of reckoning — has sparked speculation and alarm among the movement’s most ardent followers.

Some QAnon proponents have begun to publicly grapple with reality and question whether the conspiracy theory is a hoax. “Have we all been conned?” one user wrote Saturday on 8kun.

Wrote another: “HOW CAN I SPEAK TO Q???? MY FAITH IS SHAKEN. I FOLLOWED THE PLAN. TRUMP LOST!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT NOW?????? WHERE IS THE PLAN???”

Trump’s defeat threatens to undermine the tale that Q, a supposed top-secret government operative, has woven over years: that Trump and his allies would soon vanquish a cabal of “deep state” child abusers and Satan-worshiping Democrats, exiling some to the U.S. detention facility in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba.

QAnon believers treat Q’s thousands of

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How does technology keep up with ever-evolving language on race and identity? We asked people who write dictionaries

The Rolodex of terms that can describe identity seems to expand and change on a steady basis. So, how do dictionaries both physical and online keep up? Sometimes they don’t.

The term “BIPOC” meaning Black, Indigenous and people of colour, has become the topic of many explainers since June, when this year’s racial reckoning began after George Floyd’s death. According to the New York Times, BIPOC was first used on social media by a Toronto-based account in 2013. Yet the date stamp on Merriam-Webster’s entry for “BIPOC” is just Sept. 3, 2020, and Google has yet to generate its own dictionary landing at the top of search.

It took some time for the word “racialized” to move from academic papers to colloquial use. Even as it has become more common, it’s a toss up if it can be typed out free of a crimson spell check flag depending on the

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Solving 2020’s Consumer Identity Problem

Founder & CEO at Kochava, the leading mobile attribution platform and mobile data marketplace. 20+ yrs as a technology innovator and leader.

As we all know, 2020 has been an unprecedented year. The global pandemic has forced a “new normal” on us and its impact has been felt in the global economy. Businesses that relied on foot traffic and local advertising have been hit hard, forcing closures across many industries, and those with a virtual presence must now make that channel work for them, especially as the holiday season nears. It goes without saying that with the upcoming holiday season, there will be no “business as usual.”

Because of the pandemic, several major retailers have canceled or modified their traditional brick-and-mortar Black Friday sales, and as a result, e-commerce is expected to explode even more than it has been these past few months. To best take advantage and

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Facial Recognition Market | Increasing Instances of Identity Theft to Boost the Market Growth

The global facial recognition market size is poised to grow by USD 3.35 billion during 2020-2024, progressing at a CAGR of almost 12% throughout the forecast period, according to the latest report by Technavio. The report offers an up-to-date analysis regarding the current market scenario, latest trends and drivers, and the overall market environment. The report also provides the market impact and new opportunities created due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Download a Free Sample of REPORT with COVID-19 Crisis and Recovery Analysis.

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Technavio has announced its latest market research report titled Global Facial Recognition Market 2020-2024 (Graphic: Business Wire)

The facial recognition market research analysis identifies the increasing instances of identity threats as one of the primary growth factors for this market. The increasing dependence of end-users on websites and web applications is giving rise to an increasing number

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US Payments Forum Virtual November Member Meeting to Cover Digital Identity, Evolving Payment Technology Trends and Impact of COVID-19 on Payments

Education sessions on QR Codes, EMV 3DS data elements and more open to non-members

PRINCETON JUNCTION, N.J., Oct. 21, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The next U.S. Payments Forum virtual member meeting will take place this November, connecting payment industry leaders for discussions on technology implementation opportunities and challenges, changes in the market and other timely topics. Members receive a limited number of complimentary passes to the meeting, and the Forum is opening up access to a number of educational panels and featured sessions for non-members to register to attend.

The meeting will be held over two weeks, starting on Monday, November 9, 2020. The first week, November 9-12, will feature a keynote, roundtables and panels, with select sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday open to non-members. The second week, November 17-19, will have working committee sessions for U.S. Payments Forum members only, plus some additional education sessions that are open

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