Monday, October 15, 2018
Tags Fraud

Tag: Fraud

Fight the fraudsters with bometric identification

Welcome to our 4-part blog series on Giving the Finger to Fraud. In this first post, David Orme Read more: www.finextra.com

Distilled & Shyft join to combat global identity theft

Distilled Analytics and Shyft Network to combat the expanding global issue of identity verification, theft, and fraud. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

4Stop partners with Web Shield to offer merchant underwriting

4Stop, a provider KYC, compliance and fraud prevention solutions, has partnered with Web Shield and launched its global merchant underwriting solution. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

Securities laws can be applied to ICO fraud

U.S. District Judge Raymond Dearie said today the government is permitted to proceed in a criminal case concerning two fraudulent ICOs. Read more: bitcoinist.com

Risk-based authentication: How to secure e-commerce payments

In 2018, banks and retailers are dealing with a new breed of customer: one that expects a fast, seamless online payment experience. Read more: www.paymentscardsandmobile.com

Reformed fraudster Tony Sales now fighting fraud

Most people’s first job was babysitting, or delivering the paper, or perhaps working at a local shop. But none of those jobs really appealed to a young Tony Sales – Read more: www.pymnts.com

Experian launches new service to detect child identity theft

Experian is rolling out Child ID Scan, a service that can detect possible child identity theft and fraud. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

Deep dive: Protecting platform payments

Online payment platforms have changed how worldwide consumers do business. Ride hailing platforms and short-term rental websites aren’t the only ones Read more: www.pymnts.com

UOB adopts machine learning tools to combat financial crime

United Overseas Bank is to apply machine learning technology from local RegTech startup and accelerator graduate Tookitaki across its Read more: www.finextra.com

Financial ombudsman warns banks on APP fraud handling

The UK's Financial Ombudsman has warned banks that it's unfair to automatically accuse customers of 'gross negligence' when deciding on reimbursement Read more: www.finextra.com