A new report from Javelin Strategy and Research suggests that many credit and debit card holders fail to understand the importance of a notice saying that a credit card or debit card has been breached and do not protect themselves from fraud.

The company's research found that people notified of a breach of their secure data were four times as likely as the public at large of actually experiencing financial or other fraud within a year of the notification.

Further, those who experienced a breach in their secure data and then an incident of fraud very rarely link the fraud to the breach.

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