How will it improve and strengthen your identity authentication decisions?
What is account takeover?
Account takeover is when a cybercriminal gets access to a user’s login credentials for a website and poses as that user in order to make fraudulent purchases, access payment information for use elsewhere, or send out phishing scams. Read more
Recently everything has been moving digital. Digital transactions are booming and companies are necessarily embracing digital resources in order to grow. With more online capabilities, businesses are able to open themselves up to customers they may not otherwise have had – ones with time constraints that prevent face-to-face interactions, customers not located in their region, etc. Read more
All kinds of eCommerce fraud have been on the rise in the last five to ten years. There’s no denying that as transactions have moved partially or fully online over time, fraudsters have jumped in to take advantage. Read more
If I don’t have a scanner, how hard is it?
The popularity and pervasiveness of cryptocurrencies have recently skyrocketed. It seems everyone is getting involved with some form of crypto and if you’ve looked into it yourself you may have come across ICOs or Initial Coin Offerings. Read more
The COVID-19 pandemic forced people all over the world inside for a long quarantine and many are still maintaining social distancing. Our tans have long faded and we’ve run out of Netflix shows to binge, so millions have turned to online gaming. Read more
American Airlines has recently blazed a trail toward a touchless check-in experience by implementing mobile identity verification at its Dallas Fort Worth and Reagan Washington National Airport locations. Read more
From Bitcoin to Dogecoin to Ethereum, cryptocurrencies are exploding in popularity. There are literally thousands of different cryptocurrencies out there and, so far, they have been largely unregulated. Read more
Money laundering is the process of taking illegally obtained financial gains and making it appear as if they come from a legitimate source. According to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, this crime accounts for somewhere between $800 billion and $2 trillion of annual global transactions.Read more