GEMS Data Model and Growing Global Business at the Speed of Trust
This session will provide insight about how leading online commerce businesses are using the “GEMS” data model (Global, Email, Mobile phone, Social media) to create a baseline for engaging, verifying, and assessing the risk of customers in new markets where traditional data sources typically used for these essential tasks fall short.
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This MRC Virtual 2022 presentation highlights risks mitigation strategies, the types of fraud merchants may encounter, and provides useful insights into current and future regulations in the crypto space.
This highly educational presentation from subject matter experts explores this process in detail, and is a must read for anyone interested in implementing crypto or the blockchain into their payments stack.
Fraudsters look for the easiest, most vulnerable parts of the transaction lifecycle to enter the customer journey.
Traditional verification steps, such as verifying micro-deposits, are not enough. Every participant in the transaction lifecycle – from merchant to payment processor to card issuer – must understand their vulnerability to account takeover fraud. All need a strategy for verifying identity that makes it much more difficult for fraudsters to use the identity data they obtain.
This presentation explores how transaction participants can create strategies to verify identities starting with account creation, and extending through checkout, payment, shipping, and account maintenance. It will also provide a merchant's perspective on effective pathways for safeguarding in-demand eCommerce options such as guest checkout.
FIDO is a standardized authentication protocol used to strongly authenticate a cardholder on their device, without relying on passwords or one-time passcodes, and for a new digital world with modern regulations, FIDO may be the answer.
FIDO can be used with EMV® 3-D Secure and Delegated Authentication to provide a secure, user-friendly way for the European payments industry to meet PSD2 SCA requirements. While several methods comply with SCA, FIDO is the only one that checks all the boxes: user convenience, PSD2 SCA compliance, security, scalability and so much more.
This presentation demonstrates how FIDO may offer better PSD2 SCA compliance, and how it may help more effectively optimize online payments for European merchants.
Ultimately, in the world of payments, success depends on human factors, like how consumers perceive and respond to risk, reward and effort.
Against this backdrop, Token surveyed over 1,000 people across Europe about the attitudes, preferences and behaviours shaping their financial and digital lives.
Token presents: "Who Will Pay by Bank" a data-driven look at the human element that will fuel the future of open banking payments.
A glimpse into this report:
- Learn which consumers are paying by bank today and where will we see demand tomorrow
- Discover the behaviours and opportunities that could support continued uptake of account-to-account (A2A) payments
- Understand how consumers in Europe perceive the benefits of A2A payments and other payment methods on a country-by-country basis
- Uncover how consumers understand open banking's evolving role in their lives
- Read commentary from the Open Banking Implementation Entity, Open Banking Expo, American Express, Ban
False positives down, revenue up! Learn from an Experian fraud expert how machine learning strengthens fraud prevention, reduces false positives, and leads to new revenues.
Fraud prevention is one of the most exciting areas in commerce. However, it is also challenging to core business functions. This webinar will present how modern fraud prevention becomes more efficient through machine learning models and how this results in new revenue potential.
By participating in this webinar, the learner should be able to understand:
- State-of-the-art fraud prevention methods and current fraud figures
- How machine learning supports fraud prevention
- Why companies should rely on smart fraud prevention with machine learning models
Identity underlies every transaction. With rising levels of fraud, false declines, and chargebacks, it's time to rethink the concept of "identity" within the context of digital commerce. Pipl will share why the traditional concept of identity is failing merchants, payment processors, and ecommerce customers alike—and how it should change. We'll introduce the new paradigm of trusted identity, describe what comprises trusted identities, and provide real-life examples of how trusted identities are already being used to prevent fraud, combat chargeback and friendly fraud, and extend trust into the ecommerce lifecycle.
• Understand the importance of deep connections between identity data fragments
• Identify trust signals and be able to recognize a trusted identity
• See how the concept of trusted identity is being applied across manual review, chargebacks, friendly fraud, and third-party fraud
Personal finance and investing platform FinTron caters to Gen Z—and that means meeting young users’ expectations for fast, seamless experiences. However, FinTron’s original new-account authentication process took up to 48 hours. That’s a very long time for eager new investors to wait for approval—and plenty of time for them to find an alternative app. In the early stages of implementing Deduce Identity Insights, FinTron can now access and approve qualified users in near real-time, so they can start using FinTron’s platform right away. Deduce achieves this by scoring applications as part of the signup flow and alerting FinTron’s manual review team to any that might be fraudulent, saving the team from having to manually review every new user signup. Hear from the FinTron founder and CEO, Wilder Rumpf, on how he and his team implemented a Trusted User Experience that delights his customers
- Reduce new account creation friction
- Eliminate new account creation churn
- Identify potentially fraudulent new user activity
- Map a path to passwordless log in
KYC has its roots in the early 2000s in an effort to make it much more difficult for criminals to launder money through banks, insurers, and adjacent institutions, as well as to stop terrorism funding. However this approach has been made more and more difficult to help online businesses verify fraudsters.
Combined with social media lookup and strict KYC checks, we'll be looking at how we can implement better restrictions of fraudsters and help AML efforts.
In Nethone's Frictionless white paper, you will learn:
- How to reduce checkout friction to maximise your revenue?
- How to manage UX friction associated with PSD2/SCA?
- How to prepare for Transaction Risk Analysis (TRA)
- How to keep your customers happy
- How to achieve all this while effectively combating payment fraud