Interested in learning how to confidently identify your good customers and reduce fraud such as account takeover, synthetic identity fraud and identity theft?
Read this new Gartner report, "Market Guide for Identity Proofing and Corroboration”.
In this report Gartner explores how:
- Identity proofing and corroboration (IPC) must align three aspects of identity — the real-world identity, the digital identity and the person submitting the identity claim.
- Multiple risk indicators can be combined to identify fraudulent and malicious activity during account creation, access and maintenance.
- The weighting of familiarity signals can ensure those good customers have the best possible customer experience. This leads to lower abandonment, reduced operational burden for addressing false positives and higher revenue.
- Emerging attack vectors such as synthetic identity fraud means enterprises must move to a continuous, risk-based assessment of any claimed identity at every customer touchpoint.
Download Gartner’s report, "Market Guide for Identity Proofing and Corroboration” today.
*Gartner: Market Guide for Identity Proofing and Corroboration, Jonathan Care, Akif Khan, 30 September, 2019
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