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Are you in the market for a new fraud solution? Our Guide to the fraud solution provider landscape can help you make a more informed decision. 

The Fraud Solution Provider Competitive Lanscape is a prepared research document, 43 pages in length, intended for organizations looking to gain an introductory understanding to the fraud solution marketplace and the the fraud solution providers servicing that market. The competitive landscape document makes references to over 100 fraud solution providers. Readers should expect to gain:

  • A limited introduction to the types of solution providers;

  • A basic understanding of the market space, vertical markets, customer motivation and emerging markets.

  • A general introduction to the major players in each of the solution type groupings.

 

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Fraud Solution Provider Competitive landscape

Service OfferingFraud Solution Provider Competive Landscape

Type: Prepared Research, White Paper, Discussion Document

Length:  44 pages

Last Update: May, 2013 

Cost:  $950.00

Table of Contents:

Table of Contents :

1.         Introduction    
2.         Industry Statistics       
2.1       Markets & Market Size          
2.1.1    United States 
2.1.2    United Kingdom         
2.1.3    Australia         
2.1.4    Africa & Middle East   
2.1.5    Asia
2.1.6    Latin America
2.2       Fraud Loss Trends     
2.3       Emerging Markets     
3.         Customers & Clients of Fraud Solutions       
4.         Vertical Markets         
5.         Fraud Solution Purchase Motivation 
6.         Fraud Solution Functional Segmentation      
7.         Fraud Solution Provider Groups        
7.1       Group 1 - Guaranteed Fraud Providers        
7.1.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.1.2    Competitive Threat    
7.1.3    Market Penetration    
7.2       Group 2 – Identity  Providers 
7.2.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.2.2    Competitive Threat    
7.2.3    Market Penetration    
7.3       Group 3 – Fraud Scoring Providers  
7.3.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.3.2    Competitive Threat    
7.3.3    Market Penetration    
7.4       Group 4 – Shared Network Providers           
7.4.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.4.2    Competitive Threat    
7.4.3    Market Penetration    
7.5       Group 5 – Technology Providers      
7.5.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.5.2    Competitive Threat    
7.5.3    Market Penetration    
7.6       Group 6 – Analytic Providers
7.6.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.6.2    Competitive Threat    
7.6.3    Market Penetration    
7.7       Group 7 – Data Quality Providers     
7.7.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.7.2    Competitive Threat    
7.7.3    Market Penetration    
7.8       Group 8 – Operational Providers       
7.8.1    Fraud Solution Providers:      
7.8.2    Competitive Threat    
7.8.3    Market Penetration    
8.         Fraud Solution Providers & Competitive Threats      
8.1       Card Association Programs (Visa, MasterCard, American Express, …)     
8.1.1    PCI Data Security Standards
8.1.2    AVS    
8.1.3    3D Secure, verified by Visa, SecureCode    
8.1.4    Card Security Schemes (CV, CVV2, CVS)  
8.2       Data Breach Providers          
8.3       Credit Bureaus (Experian, TransUnion, Equifax) –   
8.4       PSP, Fraud Scoring Solutions (Large number of PSPs and Gateways)      
8.5       Large Acquirers (Primarily US list here, many more in Europe)      
8.6       Other banks (Specifically Issuers)    
8.7       Associations   
8.8       Device ID       
8.9       Geo-Location 
8.10     Authentication
8.11     Analytics        
8.12     Data Sharing  
8.13     Other Solutions          
8.14     Alternative Payments (PayPal, NetTeller, BillMeLater…)    
9.         Appendix A Global Credit Information vendors         

 

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