2019 Presentations

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Why Fraudsters Love Your Contact Center's Authentication, and Customers Hate It

Neustar explores why fraudsters are increasingly targeting call centers in a bid to take over accounts and elaborates on what retailers can do to reduce this threat.

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How to Fight Identity Fraud by Going Providerless

Identiq acquaints users with the concept of providerless fraud prevention and details the advantages this model can provide to eCommerce companies.

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Beyond Two-factor Authentication -- How They Already Broke 3DS

Nethone highlights vulnerabilities associated with two-factor authentication and how unsuspecting users become the victim of certain attacks.

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Accelerate Holiday Sales Using AI-Driven Fraud Prevention

Kount and New Balance examine measures eCommerce businesses can employ to scale for the holidays as well as why using the right fraud prevention platform can help companies improve the bottom line.

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Breaking Down Borders

According to Forbes, nearly half of all eCommerce transactions already cross national boundaries. ACI and Pitney Bowes highlight the effect geo-specific KPIs can have when moving into new markets.

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Goodbye Traditional, Hello Choice: Open Banking Has Arrived

Worldpay provides an overview of open banking, including where it began and where it is going.

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KYF - Know Your Fraudster: How to Provide a Customer Journey for Your Fraudsters

Insparx and Risk42 share a novel way to reduce fraud by focusing on giving illegitmate users the "best worst customer experience" possible.

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Tis the Season... the Season of Taking Back

Accertify and Best Buy offer insights on how merchants can handle the high level of disputes brought on by the busy holiday shopping season.

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RFIs and RFPs Do Not Drive the Best Outcomes

STRATGranat shares best practices regarding RFIs and RFPs and highlights why these processes do not always reflect what companies are eventually going to buy.

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The Devil at the Crossroads of Engagement and Fraud

Big Fish Games shares ways in which companies can recognize fraudsters' exploits on their engagement programs and suggests practical tips to combat them.

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