Oregon Entrepreneurs Network Honors its Longtime Director and Five Upstarts
The Oregon Entrepreneurs Network presented its annual lifetime achievement award to Linda Weston, OEN's longtime director, at the organization's annual awards dinner Wednesday. Companies Ruby Receptionists, iovation, FCR, Puppet were up for the Growth Stage award.
Nevada Tops PreRecession Levels with More Than 1.3M Jobs
Local Las Vegas startup LaunchKey, which currently has a team of 10, is another company diversifying the state’s economy. Founded in 2012 with a team of three, it evolved into a full company after its founders won first place at the regional hackathon Startup Weekend. Geoff Sanders, co-founder and former CEO of LaunchKey, said it was intended to create a form of authentication beyond passwords.
Goodbye Passwords: iovation buys LaunchKey
Signing in to services is one of the banes of being mobile. Flimsy password protection seems like the only barrier between us and a security breach, which can mean anything from your bank account being sucked dry or your Ashley Madison banter showing up on 4Chan. With its recent purchase of LaunchKey, local authentication and fraud prevention company iovation thinks it has the key to fixing the problem.
Enterprise Multi-factor Authentication Market to Cross $1 Billion this Year
Evolving cyber threats contribute to hundreds of millions of dollars in losses for businesses each year due to compromised credentials and data breaches. ABI Research forecasts the enterprise segment of the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) market will cross $1 billion this year as the industry sets its sight on bridging the security gap between employee authentication and corporate system security.
Why the Chip Card Isn’t the Disaster Everybody Says It IS
From all the grumpiness over the “EMV” chip-card transition, you’d think that the circuitry embedded in our new credit cards delivered a small electric shock every time you inserted one into a terminal at a check-out counter.
Network World’s New Products of the Week 9.26.16
Ryan Francis of Network World shares a roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as Dell, HPE, iovation, Safetica, Sophos, Stibo Systems, Vonage and Tenable Network Security. iovation launched iovationScore, a machine learning capability, that predicts trustworthiness or riskiness of an online transaction based on device and account behavior and attributes.
iovation Launches Sophisticated Machine Learning Fraud Detection Solution
iovationScore helps businesses grow revenue by identifying good or trustworthy customers. In addition, it reduces friction for existing trustworthy customers by eliminating time consuming and frustrating step-up challenges. iovationScore also helps reduce fraud prevention costs by minimizing resource-intensive manual reviews and eliminating the need for expensive verification tools for trusted transactions.
iovation Tool Uses Machine Learning To Detect Fraud
Portland-based authentication and fraud prevention software developer iovation said this week that it has rolled out a new tool, which uses machine learning to better predict the trustworthiness or riskiness of an online transaction.
iovation Launches a New Solution to Secure Online Transactions
iovation, a provider of device-based solutions for authentication and fraud prevention, announced the launch of a machine learning fraud prevention solution called iovationScore. It provides businesses with the power to predict the trustworthiness or riskiness of an online transaction even if they have never seen the customer or device before.
iovation to Launch Machine Learning Fraud Detection Solution
iovation has announced the launch of iovationScore, a machine learning fraud detection solution which enables businesses to predict the trustworthiness or riskiness of an online transaction. In addition, the solution reduces friction for existing trustworthy customers by eliminating time consuming and step-up challenges. iovationScore also helps reduce fraud prevention costs by minimizing resource-intensive manual reviews and eliminating the need for expensive verification tools for trusted transactions.