As customers continue to demand rapid digital transformation, traditional fraud detection systems are being left behind. What is your organization doing to keep up?
Posts by: Stacy Gorkoff
With customers expediting their shift to digital channels, is your organization struggling with an increase in both fraudulent activity and false positives?
With the growth of digital payment transactions, customer-facing devices and payment applications, many FIs are re-evaluating card-not-present security strategies.
Increasing payment speed and infrastructure complexity is leading to rising payment fraud rates as the time window for analysis has shrunken significantly.
Promote real-time collaboration, establish a simplified triage system and accelerate payment fraud investigations with INETCO’s case management engine.
Learn how real-time transaction-level monitoring has helped a global card network provider monitor multiple Postilion switches amid growing transaction volumes.
As digital transactions continue to creep up and ATM usage shifts, so does the heightened sensitivity of people and businesses that are relying on withdrawals, deposits, real-time payment transfers and bill payment transactions to complete as expected in these stressful times.
ATM availability strategies continue to evolve and expand, mostly driven by easier data retrieval and growing customer demands. This blog offers a brief description of where we have come from, and what our future possibilities are
In a post by Mohamed Dabo of Cards International, the CEO of INETCO and the Director of Barclaycard Payment Solutions shared their views on key payment fraud and security issues that will dominate the payments landscape in 2020.
Read Payments Business’ latest issue to learn how centralized, real-time transaction data is essential to combatting payment fraud.