How a Dynamic Range of Authentication Can Open Doors for Trusted Customers
In this podcast recorded at RSA Conference 2017, Michael Thelander, Director of Product Marketing at iovation, talks about lessons learned from bringing authentication technology out to customers and seeing what the demand looks like in the market.
Gocompare.com Facilitates Early Fraud Detection
The accelerating popularity of price comparison websites (PCWs) in the UK insurance market – also called aggregators – is putting more control and choice in the hands of consumers. However, this is also opening up a new realm of possibilities for fraudsters. Read more on page 53 of Modern Claims Magazine.
Photos: RSA Conference 2017 Expo, Part 1
RSA Conference 2017 is underway at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Here are a few photos from the Expo floor. Featured companies: Qualys, ThreatQuotient, iovation, AlienVault, Cybereason, Ntrepid, NTT Security, Skycure, TopSpin Security.
iovation boosts adaptive authentication capabilities for Entrust Datacard
iovation, a provider of device-based authentication and fraud prevention solutions, has teamed up with Entrust Datacard to enhance the company’s advanced adaptive authentication capabilities. The partnership combines Entrust Datacard’s, a provider of trusted identity and secure transaction technologies, adaptive authentication solution with iovation’s device- and risk-based authentication services which tap into a knowledge base of more than 3.5 billion devices.
Why U.S. Merchants are Still Fighting Post-EMV Online Fraud
You’d think financial institutions and retailers in the U.S., with a long list of EMV migration examples to look to in other countries, would have been prepared for fraudsters shifting their attention to e-commerce after security improved at the point of sale. But according to late 2016 data from fraud prevention company iovation and research firm Aite Group, there’s been a 35% increase in online credit card fraud since the EMV shift in the third quarter of 2015.
Web Fraud Prevention and Online Authentication Market Guide 2016/2017
The fraud prevention and online authentication space is a highly evolving and dynamic one, with constant new players on the market competing for the upper hand in this dynamic ecosystem. This is why a resource of up-to-date information on the latest developments is vital. The mandate of this Guide is to provide a comprehensive overview of the main industry topics, like machine-learning, PSD2 – Strong Customer Authentication, open banking, digital identity and API security.
LaunchKey: Passwordless Consumer Authentication at Scale
iovation announced its LaunchKey mobile multifactor authentication solution. It empowers global consumer brands to improve security and consumer experience by delivering a risk-aware alternative to passwords and two-factor authentication, at scale, via an easy-to-use mobile SaaS solution.
Practical Steps for Protecting IoT Devices
The security of IoT devices is a high priority these days, as attackers can use Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks to target them and wreak havoc on a system. “Due to the sheer volume of unconnected devices, it can take hours and often days to mitigate such an attack,” says Adam Englander, who is a Senior Engineer of the LaunchKey product at iovation.
AA Prosecutes Ghost Brokers with iovation’s Fraud Force Community
Between February 2013 and March 2015, a group had taken out and immediately cancelled 83 new motor insurance policies as soon as they'd converted, incurring no costs to themselves. Upon cancelling their policies, the fraudsters received cancellation letters that included a no-claims bonus, the maximum bonus allowing for an up to 70% reduction in their next policy. Through the iovation fraud prevention service, the AA was able to spot the IP addresses of the people who were submitting the applications and listing residences that were hundreds of miles away from their London location.
Card-Not-Present Fraud Report: The Merchant Empire Strikes Back
Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Card-Not-Present Fraud: The Merchant Empire Strikes Back" report to their offering. The author's most recent research report, Card-Not-Present Fraud: The Merchant Empire Strikes Back, examines the current state of CNP fraud in the U.S. market and frames the market landscape for both online merchants and the fraud solution vendors that serve them.