Meet 10 of Oregon’s fastest-growing companies
Inc. Magazine, puts out an annual list of fast-growing companies who choose to share revenue figures with the publication. The list of 5,000 private companies typically includes more than 60 Oregon businesses that take the opportunity to trumpet their growth. This year, iovation made the list.
Collaborative Fraud Fighting in a Post GDPR World
Using device intelligence helps negate fraudsters who would have normally slipped by undetected.
What CAPTCHAs can teach us about authentication
Businesses that authenticate users online can learn a lot from a similar challenge: distinguishing robots from humans.
Key trends in online gambling for 2018 and beyond
Dramatic changes are in store for the online gambling industry which will no doubt impact their fraud management teams.
TransUnion Completes Acquisition of iovation
TransUnion and iovation’s combined solutions will empower customers to quickly incorporate and adapt strategies to the fast-changing and evolving fraud landscape.
Demand for Trust & Security Drives M&A Activity for Identity Services
With an expectation that over 300 million pages of regulatory documents will be published by 2020, the need for technologies to keep up to date with requirements will continue to grow.
The Rise of Botnets in Insurance
5 seconds. That's the time it takes to allow fraudsters into your network with a botnet. Read how this affects the insurance industry.
Avoka Unveils Springboard Deposit Account Opening Solution
Built on Avoka’s Transact platform, Springboard Deposit Account Opening leverages technologies from a number of partners to deliver a range of features. These include Data Pre-Fill, courtesy of an integration with Mitek’s Mobile Fill solution; Fraud Screening and Scoring via iovation’s FraudForce technology; and Risk Screening using ChexSystems’ Product Suite.
What’s In Your Cryptocurrency Wallet? Cybercriminals Want To Know!
Big concerns exist around account takeover (ATO) at digital cryptocurrency exchanges—and no wonder. By its very nature, it is nearly impossible to trace who owns cryptocurrency funds. Digital currency wallets are also a very popular target for cyber thieves because of the irreversibility of digital currency transactions, making wallet security a top concern.
TransUnion Buys iovation To Beef Up Its Fraud Identity Services
TransUnion said iovation provides a “highly” advanced digital device reputation consortium, providing insight into close to 5 billion devices for more than 35,000 brands across 50 countries. Jim Peck, TransUnion’s president and chief executive officer, said “iovation has unique device identity and consumer authentication capabilities that help businesses and consumers seamlessly and safely transact in a digital world."