ThreatMetrix Demos Alternatives to Outdated Legacy Authentication Solutions at BAI Payments Connect 2015
Posted February 25, 2015
Plus Security Experts Join ThreatMetrix’s Alisdair Faulkner for a Panel on “Combatting Payment Fraud through Enhanced Tools and Technology”
More than 700 payments professionals and solution providers will attend BAI Payments Connect 2015 from March 2-4 at Phoenix Convention Center West Building in Phoenix, Arizona. A one-of-a-kind event concentrating on current issues in the payments space, BAI Payments Connect provides the opportunity to attend expos, panel discussions and demo sessions. In addition attendees can take part in the second-annual digital day, focusing on how to take a business into the digital world.
The most innovative demo
This year, attendees can cast their vote for their favorite, most innovative demo presentation. And the organization with the most votes will be the BAI Payments Innovation Track Award winner.
ThreatMetrix will exhibit at booth 301
ThreatMetrix recently began an initiative offering alternatives to outdated authentication solutions for banks and financial institutions (including financial services institutions). These solutions provide frictionless customer logins that lower operational costs and improve cybercrime detection.
ThreatMetrix will be exhibiting its context-based security solutions at booth 301 offering an opportunity for attendees to view the company’s alternatives to outdated legacy-based customer authentication solutions.
Alisdair Faulkner, Chief Products Officer, ThreatMetrix in panel discussion
Joined by other noted security experts, Alisdair Faulkner will participate in a panel discussion on Tuesday, March 3 from 9:45 a.m. – 10:45 a.m. MST in room 106A. As noted in the headline, the discussion is about “Combatting Payment Fraud through Enhanced Tools and Technology.”
”Payments professionals work solely in the transfer of money, meaning their business is one of the biggest targets for cybercriminals,” said Faulkner. “Unfortunately, many businesses within the industry rely on security solutions that create friction by authenticating returning customers and failing to recognize them based on minor changes in their environment – such clearing their cookies or changing browsers, for example. At the BAI Conference, attendees will learn about ThreatMetrix’s context-based authentication capabilities, which offer secure, cost effective and frictionless user access for the payments industry through real-time behavior and contextual analytics derived from analyzing billions of global transactions.”
Shared global intelligence
ThreatMetrix’s growing shared global intelligence network delivers secure, accurate authentication in real time to reduce user friction and ensure a high-level of customer satisfaction. ThreatMetrix is able to authenticate customer payments using real-time identity and access analytics that leverage the power of the ThreatMetrix Global Trust Intelligence Network (The Network), the world’s largest shared intelligence network. The solution protects financial Web and mobile applications against account takeover, payment fraud, and fraudulent account registrations as a result of stolen credentials obtained from malware, social engineering, phishing and data breaches.
Faulkner on ThreatMetrix solutions for the payments industry
“The payments industry is booming right now, mobile transactions are doubling year over year and our focus is to support this growth with transparent fraud solutions that don’t interfere business,” said Faulkner. “ThreatMetrix is committed to rapid evolution in order to keep pace with the industry by leveraging a collective approach to cybersecurity to combat payment fraud. I am very excited to discuss the growth and success of our global shared network with BAI attendees at this year’s conference.”