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Legislative And Regulatory Responses To Identity Theft
Industry Responses To Identity Theft
The Use Of Technology To Mitigate
Putting an End to Account-Hijacking Identity Theft Study Supplement

American Bankers Association (ABA). 2002. ABA Deposit Account Fraud Survey Report.

Anti-Phishing Working Group. 2004. Phishing Attack Trends Report (June).

Chamberlain, Chuck. 2004. Identity Protection. United States Postal Service.

Chipman, Andrea. 2004. Technology (A Special Report). Stealing You: The Latest on Identity Theft: How They Do It—and How You can Protect Yourself. Wall Street Journal (Eastern Edition), April 26, p. R8.

Engen, John. 2004. Identity Victims Get Badly Needed Help. USBanker 114, no. 3.

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. 2001. Social Security Standards for Customer Information. FIL-22-2001 (March 14).

Federal Trade Commission (FTC). 2002. Consumer Sentinel's Identity Theft Data Clearinghouse, (accessed June 24, 2004 ).

———. 2003. Identity Theft Survey Report.

———. 2004a. National and State Trends in Fraud and Identity Theft: January–December 2003. January 22.

———. 2004b. “Related Identity Theft Definitions, Duration of Active Duty Alerts, and Appropriate Proof of Identity Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act,” Federal Register 69, no. 82 ( April 28, 2004 ): 23377.

———. 2004c. Spyware Workshop, (accessed September 8, 2004 ).

Ferchau, Kristal. 2004. Insider Fraud Endemic-Banks Fighting Back. I-S-Cubed Inc.

Frank, M. J., and Associates. 1998. Identity Theft Prevention and Survival: Identity Theft and Assumption Deterrence Act of 1998, (accessed September 7, 2004 ).

Gordon, Lawrence A., Martin P. Loeb, William Lucyshyn, and Robert Richardson. 2004. 2004/CSI/FBI Computer Crime and Security Survey. Computer Security Institute.

Harris Interactive Market Research. 2003. Database Security Survey Highlights. Vontu, Inc.

Identity Theft Assistance Corporation (ITAC). 2004. Identity Theft Assistance Center Operating Rules.

Krebsbach, Karen. 2004. Security: The Inside Job, (accessed September 21, 2004 ).

Litan, Avivah. 2004a. Phishing Victims Will Likely Suffer Identity Theft Fraud. Gartner Research Note (May 14).

———. 2004b. Banks Must Act Urgently to Stop Account Hijackers. Gartner Research Note (June 14). COM-23-1953.

———. Forthcoming. U.S. Consumer Fraud Spreads Its Tentacles across Channels. Gartner Group.

*Litan, Avivah, R. Stiennon, and R.Wagner. 2004. Emerging Solutions Prevent Keyboard Logging Attacks. Gartner Research Note.

Loftesness, Scott. 2004. Responding to “Phishing” Attacks. Glenbrook Partners. (accessed on July 15, 2004 ).

Microsoft Corporation. 2004. Sender ID Framework, (accessed September 8, 2004 ).

NACHA—The Electronic Payments Association. 2002. Next Generation ACH Task Force: Future Vision of the ACH Network, (accessed August 24, 2004 ).

———. 2004. ACH Volume Grows 20.7 Percent in 2nd Quarter 2004.

Netcraft, Ltd. 2004. Phishing, Identity Theft, and Banking Fraud Detection,
(accessed September 8, 2004 ).

O'Sullivan, Orla. 2003. Gone ‘Phishing.' ABA Banking Journal. November 2003: 95,11.

Privacy & American Business. 2003. Press release: Privacy & American Business Survey Finds 33.4 Million Americans Victims of ID Theft; Consumer Out-of-Pocket Expenses Total $1.5 Billion a Year,' (accessed on August 14, 2004 ).

Rainbow Technologies. 2002. Two-Factor Authentication-Making Sense of All the Options, (accessed on September 8, 2004 ).

Randazzo, Marisa Reddy, Michelle M. Keeney, Eileen F. Kowalski, Dawn M. Cappeli, and Andrew P. Moore. 2004. Insider Threat Study: Illicit Cyber Activity in the Banking and Finance Center . U.S. Secret Service and CERT Coordination Center .

Sauerman, David C. and Les Corkill. 2003. Cash Management Banking Tools, Part 1: What's New? ACH Fraud. Building Profits. January-February 2003.

Social Security Administration. 2004. Social Security Number Misuse, Identity Theft, and the Internet, (accessed on September 7, 2004 ).

Star Systems. 2002. Identity Theft in the United States : An Update, 2002.

Sullivan, Bob. 2004. Study: ID Theft Usually an Inside Job, (accessed September 21, 2004 ).

Swofford, Jay. 2004. Fraud Detection and Investigation Using Web Logs. Corillian.

Tuthill, Maureen. 2002. Paying Online- Losing Money May Not be the Biggest Threat. AFP Exchange. Nov/Dec 2002: 22,6.

U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO). 2002. Identity Theft: Greater Awareness and Use of Existing Data Are Needed. GAO-02-766.


Last Updated 12/10/2004

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