Payment Fraud

PSD2 and Screen Scraping: Adjusting to a New Reality

Recently put into force throughout the European Union, the Revised Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) just might be the most disruptive payments law ever devised. But, aside from launching a new era in open banking, PSD2 also takes on a...

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted January 22, 2018
Digital Identity

Digital Identity Fueling Brand Growth in 2018

In 2018, business growth may come down to a single rule: The one gaining the most “digital share” wins. And digital identity just may be the key. In a recent study published in Harvard Business Review, certain digital metrics turn...

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Armen Najarian
Posted January 18, 2018
Cybercrime

The Cybercrime Story of 2017: A Power Struggle Intensifies

In the wake of yet more large-scale data breaches throughout 2017, the battle against cybercrime has intensified to unprecedented levels. As downstream fraud and identity abuse attacks increase, investments from digital businesses in cutting-edge approaches to protect consumers and grow...

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted January 17, 2018
Cybercrime

Financial Crime and Its Role in Funding Terrorists

As 2018 gets underway, a troubling confluence of geopolitical, ideological and technological developments threaten to make cyber-fraud prevention more than just a matter of protecting businesses against new and emerging forms of financial crime. Increasingly, it’s also about national security....

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Frank Teruel
Posted January 16, 2018
Payment Fraud

PSD2 and its Global Impact

While the upcoming PSD2 regulations are focused on banking and financial institutions throughout the European Union, that doesn’t mean the impact won’t be felt elsewhere. After all, the digital economy has turned every business into a global business. Get to...

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Alisdair Faulkner
Posted January 12, 2018
Payment Fraud

PSD2 Goes into Force: What Challenges Lay Ahead?

It’s January 2018—do you know where your PSD2 implementation is? You’d better. Your fraud prevention efforts may be riding on it. Then again, so might your company’s future. This Saturday, January 13 marks the formal deadline for the Revised Payment...

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Vanita Pandey
Posted January 11, 2018
Digital Identity

Digital Identity and The Power to Predict

As a shout-out to those Shakespeare fans out there, the line “What’s past is prologue” from The Tempest is proving incredibly useful when I talk to people about digital identity. For many, this famous phrase has come to mean that...

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Armen Najarian
Posted January 10, 2018
Digital Identity

Can Digital Identity Solve the Government’s Custom Software Problem?

With an eye toward overhauling the federal government’s aging technology infrastructure, President Trump has officially signed the Modernizing Government Technology Act into law. But, in the age of digital identity and customer-centric online services, Washington D.C. may have to give...

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Mike Cichon
Posted January 8, 2018
Fraud Prevention

Financial Crime and Cyber Fraud Converge in Menacing Mashup

A crackdown on international money laundering has confirmed fears about the convergence of cyber fraud and financial crime that threatens to hobble online fraud prevention efforts in 2018 and beyond. According to reports, law enforcement agencies in 26 countries partnered...

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Frank Teruel
Posted January 4, 2018
Digital Identity

Digital DNA: The Difference Between Device Intelligence and Digital Identity

I’m often asked if digital identity is just a marketing term for device intelligence. I can assure you that it’s not. In fact, it’s so much more. Out of Context? Both approaches focus on reducing fraud, but digital identity provides...

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Armen Najarian
Posted January 3, 2018
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