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The Economics of Financial and Medical Identity Theft

Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 1-4
  3. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 5-16
  4. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 17-30
  5. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 31-39
  6. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 41-51
  7. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 53-60
  8. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 61-67
  9. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 69-77
  10. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 79-125
  11. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 127-145
  12. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson, Ari Schwartz
    Pages 147-153
  13. L. Jean Camp, M. Eric Johnson
    Pages 155-156
  14. Back Matter
    Pages 157-166

About this book

Introduction

Financial identity theft is well understood with clear underlying motives. Medical identity theft is new and presents a growing problem. The solutions to both problems however, are less clear.

The Economics of Financial and Medical Identity Theft discusses how the digital networked environment is critically different from the world of paper, eyeballs and pens. Many of the effective identity protections are embedded behind the eyeballs, where the presumably passive observer is actually a fairly keen student of human behavior. The emergence of medical identity theft and the implications of medical data privacy are described in the second section of this book.

The Economics of Financial and Medical Identity Theft also presents an overview of the current technology for identity management. The book closes with a series of vignettes in the last chapter, looking at the risks we may see in the future and how these risks can be mitigated or avoided.

Keywords

Biometrics Fraud Data Risk Identity theft Information Security Privacy Personal Healthcare Information Personal identifying information

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1., Computer Science DepartmentIndiana UniversityBloomingtonUSA
  2. 2.Amos Tuck School of, Business AdministrationDartmouth CollegeHanoverUSA

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