Fraud & Risk

Early Detection: Identify User Intent Using Behavioral Biometrics to Stop Advanced Fraud Attacks

Ran Shulkind and Ori Tabac -- SecuredTouch

Presentation

With a vast volume of user data available for purchase on the dark web and fraudsters using increasingly devious ways to avoid detection, eCommerce companies are having to resort to new systems and processes to separate good users from bad.

In this presentation, SecuredTouch opens with an overview of what behavioral biometrics is and what intent means from a fraud prevention standpoint. Journeys of customers and fraudsters are compared and contrasted next, followed by how examples of how the behavior of fraudsters differs from legitimate buyers. The slides close with a look at other use cases SecuredTouch's platform can address.

Note that this presentation is also available as a webinar. To view the webinar, click here.

Early Detection: Identify User Intent Using Behavioral Biometrics to Stop Advanced Fraud Attacks

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