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Real-Time Fraud Protection Finds New Ground at Call Centers
Phone-order fraud is expected to spike in the same manner as any other card-not-present fraud as a result of the U.S. migration to EMV chip-based cards at the point of sale.
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Selfies, or self-portraits typically taken with a smartphone's camera, are an all-too-common consumer habit. And the practice is now migrating to formal business use, such as for authentication. more »
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Zumigo, an identity provider, is expanding the reach of its mobile location verification service to online merchants. more »
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Israeli payments technology provider Zooz has recently moved into the financial capitals of the world, opening offices in both New York City and London. more »
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Fiserv has launched four new products to combat financial crimes relating to payment transactions, checks, customer fraud, and money laundering. more »
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American retailers have struggled with mobile payments, largely because they try to reinvent the entire buying process instead of evolving what's already there. Starbucks' success is rooted in its willingness to take the easiest route time and again, an approach that is clear in how it chose to implement Apple Pay. more »
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Machine-learning provider Feedzai has implemented upgrades to the fraud detection service API it released in November, the company announced Feb. 25. more »
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Consumers in North Dakota are far less likely to experience an incident of e-commerce fraud than those living in West Virginia. Knowing this informs Forter's monitoring of e-commerce fraud. more »
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Fraudsters have taken to crowdfunding sites and other consumer-driven marketplaces in a new scheme designed to mask their use of stolen card data. more »
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In the year since Barak Eilam took over as chief executive officer of Nice Systems Ltd., the company topped $1 billion in revenue and the stock hit an all-time high. Analysts say more records are in store. more »
Darc Rasmussen, CEO of Integrated Research
While real-time payment technology is a hot topic among banks in the U.S., real-time data analysis is likely to come much faster. more »
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Cloud-based payments and financial services provider Bottomline Technologies has acquired Intellinx Ltd., enabling it to offer clients anti-fraud and risk management software. more »
Constantin von Altrock, a managing director at IRIS Analytics
French payment companies are stepping up the use technology that can spot certain types of card fraud that are not prevented by EMV-chip security. more »
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