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April 18, 2018
ThreatMetrix®, A LexisNexis® Risk Solutions Company, empowers the global economy to grow profitably and securely without compromise.
With deep insight into 1.4 billion anonymized user identities, ThreatMetrix ID™ delivers the intelligence behind 110 million daily authentication and trust decisions to differentiate legitimate customers from fraudsters in real time.
ThreatMetrix verifies 40 billion annual transactions, supporting 40,000 websites and 6,000 customers globally through the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network®.
ThreatMetrix secures businesses and end users against account takeover, payment fraud and fraudulent account registrations resulting from data breaches and malware.
Key benefits from ThreatMetrix solutions include an improved customer experience, reduced friction and revenue gain while lowering fraud and operational costs.
ThreatMetrix has been operating since 2008 from its Silicon Valley headquarters, and in 2011 acquired TrustDefender to add anti-malware capabilities to its device indentification security foundation. In 2018 ThreatMetrix was acquired by RELX Group to become part of their subsidiary company, LexisNexis® Risk Solutions.
Digital Identity, Fraud Prevention, Authentication, Threat Detection
ThreatMetrix ID™, Digital Identity Network®, Digital Identity Intelligence™, Dynamic Decision Platform™, Smart Authentication™, Digital Identity Graph™
ThreatMetrix has been issued and published 18 patents with several more pending. Learn more
The ThreatMetrix global partner ecosystem including resellers, technology OEMs and global systems integrators. Key partners include: LexisNexis® Risk Solutions, CardinalCommerce, FIS, ACI, Asseco, CyberSource, Deloitte, First Data, Fujisoft, Gemalto, nets, Paysafe and Worldpay.
Due to the sheer volume of transactions that ThreatMetrix is analyzing on a daily basis, it is able to determine global, regional and industry-specific trends in cybercrime, fraud and payments. On a quarterly basis, key learning points from the period are packaged into a detailed report. The Cybercrime Report is based upon actual cybercrime attacks, which were detected during real-time analysis and interdiction of fraudulent online payments, logins and new account applications.