A Compass for Choosing the Right Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platform
- LANGUAGE: English DATE: Thursday, April 16, 2020 TIME: 4:00pm CEST, 10:00am EDT, 7:00am PDT
Companies are turning to Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms to reduce account takeover (ATO), synthetic fraud, bots, and other forms of fraud, which continue to be a pervasive and revenue-draining problem across many industries.
Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms provide the structure, detection, and innovation needed to continuously adapt to evolving fraud risks.
Decision makers must weigh a multitude of criteria when choosing the right platform to address ongoing and emerging fraud.
Join this webinar to learn more about:
- the types of fraud businesses are dealing with today
- major functional components of fraud detection and reduction
- the results of the Leadership Compass on Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms
- key criteria companies should use for selecting fraud platform vendors
John Tolbert, Lead Analyst at KuppingerCole, will discuss different types of fraud businesses are facing today and he will describe the market for Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms and its central players as well as their solutions.
Raj Galagali, Director of Customer Solutions and Field Engineering at Transmit Security, will review the latest capabilities required to address fraud and give a demo of the Transmit Platform’s key differentiators.
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Transmit Security provides a best-in-class identity orchestration platform designed to simplify, accelerate, and reduce the cost of identity-related projects across channels. That reduction is accomplished by abstracting the identity-related business logic (which is complex and always changing) away from channel applications (web, mobile, call-center, kiosks, other) and to the platform's unique over-the-air orchestration and decisioning layer.
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