Strong Fraud Protection Is Good for Marketing

Deploying layered fraud protection is a must for financial institutions in order to protect customers, meet compliance regulations, and reduce fraud losses. It is good for the customer, good for business, and makes life a bit easier for fraud managers and executive management. Sometimes lost in the decision making process, however, is that strong fraud …

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New Version of DetectID Includes QR Code Registration, Enhanced PKI Encryption

We’ve rolled out some new updates to our DetectID product line, including updates to our push authentication to provide you with a more secure and streamlined two-factor experience. Read more about a few of the updates below: QR Code Registration Option DetectID now offers device registration using QR codes for soft token and push authentication. …

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Detect Monitoring Service Has Been Upgraded, Offers DMARC and SAML Compatibility

Easy Solutions is pleased to announce that the latest version of our proactive fraud attack mitigation and brand protection solution, Detect Monitoring Service (DMS), is available. DMS now supports the use of the DMARC draft specification for its customer base. DMARC, which stands for “Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance” (http://www.dmarc.org/), is an e-mail authentication …

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Home Depot Breach: Time to Value of Black Market Cards Changes as Banks and Retailers Improve Detection

With the latest retail breach at Home Depot, attention has again turned to credit card black markets, the clearinghouses that sell these stolen cards to the highest bidder. These are no fly-by-night operation. In fact, the largest of these markets have some sophisticated features that any e-commerce site would tout, including: • integrated Bitcoin funding • …

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2014 Faces of Fraud Survey: The Results

Over the last year, there have been countless debates over the hows and whys of the massive retail breaches the world has witnessed—including those affecting major chains such as Target, Neiman Marcus and P.F. Chang’s, just to name a few. Undoubtedly, the 2014 Faces of Fraud Survey results were deeply impacted by these incidents as …

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US-CERT Updates Point-of-Sale Warnings – ‘Backoff’ Malware Variants Continue to Evolve

On Monday, the US-CERT (United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team) issued an updated advisory, warning that the ‘Backoff’ Point-of-Sale malware continues to evolve. And just today, UPS confirmed that it is the newest likely victim of Backoff. US-CERT has now seen five variants of ‘Backoff’, each with notable modifications, and the malware has been found …

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