The theft – over the last decade – of over 6 billion usernames, passwords, and online credentials has given hackers and fraudsters a steady supply of ammo with which to chip away at defenses. 63% of confirmed breaches in 2015 stemmed from compromised credentials and 81% of hacking-related breaches used either stolen or weak passwords (2017 Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report).
What does this tell us? That a more holistic approach is needed to stop fraud and mitigate breach risks under the GDPR. Securing customers personal data starts at login, but needs to follow customers throughout their online journey without adding friction.
- Secure the customer journey, while also mitigating breach risks
- A no-hype overview of key provisions of the GDPR as they relate to fraud prevention
- Minimizing the use of personal data while improving fraud detection
- Best integration points to assess for risk and fraud