Online Fraud

How to Build Smarter Rules for Online Fraud Detection

May 17, 2017 The world remains on high alert after last week’s ransomware attacks around the globe. But, the real and dangerous threat of a digital attack certainly shouldn’t come as a surprise to any company, knowing that U.S businesses and government agencies experienced a record 1,093 data breaches in 2016, up 40 percent year over […]

Why IP Information Is a Top-Five Fraud-Prevention Tool for Retail

December 29, 2016 Global ecommerce sales are predicted to reach $2.05 trillion in 2016, and are further estimated to grow to $3.58 trillion in 2019, according to eMarketer. A downside to this explosive growth is the increased opportunity for online fraud. In the United States, the percent of revenues retailers lost to fraud is up […]

CNP Expo 2016: A Freeze Fraud Flashback

Last week, we paid a visit to the “Happiest City on Earth” as exhibitors at the annual CNP Expo in Orlando. We enjoyed networking and having conversations with attendees from such a wide array of industries, from payment firms to retailers to other fraud-prevention vendors about how to use geolocation for fraud detection and security. […]

One Consequence of the New EMV Credit Card Technology: More Online Fraud

The new EMV credit card technology mandate which took effect this month in the United States to better protect those in-store purchases from counterfeiters may actually be leading criminals to prey more heavily on online retailers, where payment channels are less secure. With the U.S payment card industry in the throes of the upgrade to […]

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