Wednesday, April 24, 2019
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FCA proposes changes to help APP fraud victims

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) of the U.K. on Tuesday (June 26) announced it is proposing changes to complaint handling rules to help victims of authorized Read more: www.pymnts.com

Making payments fraud less attractive to fraudsters

Liam Cooney, Vice President, Global Head of Market Development & Sales, Vocalink Analytics (a Mastercard company)Read more: www.finextra.com

AI at the changing face of payment fraud

A continuous strive towards making payment faster and easier is embracing technology innovation. Read more: www.finextra.com

Yandex.Checkout extends cybersecurity system to detect fraud and scams

Yandex.Checkout, a payment system for online stores and services, has launched a multipurpose fraud and scam protection product. Read more: member.regtechanalyst.com

Why the ransom demand on Canadian banks was no-win

Two major Canadian banks, Bank of Montreal and Simplii Financial, have become victims of hacks that affected some 50,000 and 40,000 customers respectively. Read more: www.paymentssource.com

Signifyd closes $100m Series D to fuel fraud protection solution

Signifyd, a provider of fraud protection for e-commerce businesses, has closed a $100m Series D round of funding. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

Tandem initiates ‘fraud conversation’

Tandem initiates 'Fraud Conversation' to relieve the hassle of blocked transactions Read more www.finextra.com

Temenos launches AI-based solution to fight fraud

Temenos has expanded its financial crime mitigation product to include an AI-based Suspicious Activity Prevention solution.  Read More: regtechanalyst.com

FinTech startup Dimebox launches fraud predictor service

Amsterdam-based FinTech startup Dimebox has launched a proprietary fraud predictor service based on machine learning. Read More: regtechanalyst.com

Same-Day ACH presses fraud protection on FIs

Corporates have to take the initiative on fraud detection and prevention instead of leaving it up to the banks, particularly as faster payments accelerate, Read more: www.pymnts.com