October 16, 2018
October 9, 2018
The first thing is that identity verification, in its simplest form, is friction to the customer. The customer doesn't come to the bank or even a channel or another institution to login. They come in to perform a specific task that they need to get done. Our job as security professionals is to make that as easy and frictionless as possible.
—Chris Mathes, VP of Fraud and Authentication, TD BankPlay Video
Our partnership with ThreatMetrix has allowed us to augment our network-level data with device analytics to make better fraud decisions. By using digital identities, we can provide a more streamlined authorization process, improving overall card usage while reducing fraud.
—Mark Nelsen, SVP, Risk Products, Visa Inc.