Month: April 2018

3 Stakeholders to Secure the Payment Chain

By Amaresh Mohan / Apr 25, 2018

E-commerce is a fast-growing segment, with the business-to-consumer market in Southeast Asia expected to have expanded 28.5% to surpass US$6 billion in 4Q 2017. Today,…

Common Travel Scams Exposed

By Tonya Robertson / Apr 23, 2018

As online booking has grown in popularity, so have scams that enable fraudsters to monetize stolen credit cards. How do these travel industry scams work…

PSD2 to Incentivize Better Fraud Prevention

By Paolo Geroli / Apr 17, 2018

Security and trust are fundamental needs for payments.  For this reason the European Commission introduced with PSD2, its new directive on payment services, a general…

Fraud Conference Calendar 2018

By Ronen Shnidman / Apr 11, 2018

There are dozens of conferences held across the globe every year dedicated to sharing fraud prevention knowledge and solutions. To assist fraud prevention professionals and…

What GDPR Means for Fraud Prevention

By Jonathan Williams / Apr 5, 2018

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a piece of EU legislation which directly impacts all organizations or people which process the personal information of…

Nearly $100M in New Fraud Funding End of March

By Ronen Shnidman / Apr 4, 2018

The second half of March was an eventful month for startup funding in the fraud prevention space. Sift Science raised $53 million in a Series…

Synthetic Fraud: Chasing Ghosts in the Credit System

By Brett Johnson / Apr 3, 2018

Synthetic fraud is the fastest growing form of identity theft in the U.S., comprising 80% of all new account fraud and 20% of all credit…