Passwordless helps in reducing ATO fraud, provides better security, and smoother experience. But the passwordless approach for each organization and region is fundamentally different, in large part because the journeys or flows that your customers will take are unique. In this session Huzefa Olia will talk about the various options that an organization can introduce for Passwordless access for their customers.
Do you know during the peak holiday season, 75% of the traffic on your site can be malicious or bot?
In 2022, there has been an 85% increase in Account takeover and it results in not only monetary losses but also losing consumer trust.
To address these, the right authentication strategy is a combination of active authentication (SMS, Push Notification, WebAuthn, passkeys) and passive authentication that includes IP reputation, device fingerprinting, and user behavior analysis. This enables a frictionless experience for “good users” without lowering the defenses for “bad users.”
In this session, we’ll explore Dark Web techniques, open-source tools, and services that fraudsters use for credential stuffing, fake account creation, and account takeovers. In addition, we’ll share a practitioner's viewpoint on rolling out various active and passive authentication solutions and how the convergence of identity and fraud can help you build the right passwordless strategy.
Explore the latest developments in deepfake technology and its impact on identity fraud. With deepfakes becoming increasingly realistic and widespread, it is essential for businesses and organisations to understand the risks they pose and take action to mitigate them. Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of the risks posed by deepfakes to the identity verification industry and how to protect their organisations from them effectively. The session will feature expert insights and real-world examples of how businesses and organisations can implement deepfake detection technology and other measures to prevent identity fraud.