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Events

Date Event City Venue Country
03/02/15 - 03/04/15 BAI Payments Connect 2015 Phoenix, AZ Phoenix Convention Center West Building United States
Visit ThreatMetrix at Booth #301
03/17/15 - 03/18/15 SINET IT Security Entrepreneurs Forum Mountain View, CA Computer History Museum United States
03/23/15 - 03/26/15 MRC Ecommerce Payments & Risk Conference 2015 Las Vegas, NV ARIA Resort & Casino United States
Visit ThreatMetrix at Booth #119
04/20/15 - 04/24/15 RSA Conference 2015 San Francisco, CA Moscone Center United States
Visit ThreatMetrix at Booth #4235
05/17/15 - 05/20/15 FS-ISAC & BITS Annual Summit Miami Beach, FL Loews Miami Beach Hotel United States
Exhibiting and speaking information coming soon!

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February 27 2015

Sandpiper: An Eagle When It Comes to Fighting Cybercrime

EC3 Supports 18-Month EU-Funded “Project Sandpiper” to Stop Payment Card Fraud in Its Tracks The latest statistics published by the European Central Bank reveal that card-not-present (CNP) fraud is on the rise accounting for 60% of all fraud losses on cards issued in the European Union. To address the problem, Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) has launched several investigations. Project Sandpiper Initiated by UK authorities and supported by Europol’s European Cybercrime Centre (EC3), Project Sandpiper took out after the bad guys. The score after eighteen…

February 27 2015

Visa, MasterCard: Different Paths. Same Destination.

Beyond EMV, Industry Giants Look to Upgrade Security Measures to Improve Protection for Shoppers and Merchants Coming this spring to a store near you – better protection from fraud and theft. At least that’s what Visa and MasterCard are hoping to accomplish with two new programs. In her story on consumerist.com, Kate Cox describes the technology each company is planning to introduce. The following has been excerpted from Cox’s piece and edited to fit our format. You may find the full article by clicking on…
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