Card Not Present
Card Not Present® is an independent voice generating original news, information, education and inspiration for and about the companies and people operating in the card not present space—one of the only sources of content focused solely on this growing segment of the payments industry. Our only product is information. Our only goal is to provide it in an unbiased manner to our subscribers.
Frank on Fraud
My name is Frank McKenna. I am the Co-Founder and Chief Fraud Strategist for AI Firm PointPredictive – A company that focuses on solving application fraud for the lending industry. I am an advocate for fraud managers and fraud data scientist and have dedicated my career to fighting fraud across the world just like they do each and every day. In that time I have worked with over 200 banks, lenders, and finance companies, helping them solve fraud issues that impact their customers.
The blog itself is ghost written by an ex Police Officer with over 30 years service together with another 5 years working in banking. The material has been obtained from a reformed fraudster who views this as an opportunity to repair some of the damage that he and his fellow fraudsters have inflicted. You might question the ethics of working with a ex - criminal; however, it is obvious to me that the police cannot arrest their way out of this epidemic and therefore preventing people becoming victims of crime in the first place must form the central plank of any sustainable strategy.
Devoted to timely, insightful articles on white-collar crime and fraud examination techniques, Fraud Magazine® is a bimonthly publication that gives readers practical "down-in-the-trenches" information they can apply immediately.
Krebs on Security
Brian Krebs worked as a reporter for The Washington Post from 1995 to 2009, authoring more than 1,300 blog posts for the Security Fix blog, as well as hundreds of stories for washingtonpost.com and The Washington Post newspaper, including eight front-page stories in the dead-tree edition and a Post Magazine cover piece on botnet operators. In 2014, he was profiled in The New York Times, Business Week and by Poynter.org. More recently, he was invited to an “Ask Me Anything” discussion on Reddit about investigative reporting.
Perpetual Chess is dedicated to equipping consumers and fraud prevention professionals with the knowledge, resources, and tools to help prevent fraud. The author, Justin Davis, brings years of experience managing the gamut of financial fraud. Bringing practical solutions to complex problems, Perpetual Chess strives to always be ahead of the curve in the fight against fraud.