introduction to eidentity authentication & verification
Establishes a baseline understanding of the components that make up a consumer's identity when transacting or making application from an online or telephone channel.
The following is an intermediate course and requires some basic knowledge or training on the subject matter to understand the course material.
- Course synopsis. How well do you know your customer? Without a doubt the most critical component of managing risk from online orders is in being able to establish a comfort in your customer’s identity. Unlike the brick and mortar world, where you can look your customer in the eye and can ask to see identification, in the eCommerce world you are relying on your ability to assess an electronic profile of the customer; their eIdentity. In this session you will learn how authentication and verification work together to increase reliability while reducing false positives. If you are like most businesses you are probably doing one or the other very well, but not both.
- what can you expect to get out of this course? (1) What is the difference between identity authentication and verification? (2) What are the ways you can authenticate an identity? (3) What are the ways you can verify an identity?
- Training Objectives: (1) Understand and define eIdentity and the difference between identity authentication and verification. (2) Overview authentication – know it’s uses and limitations (3) Go over the methods, uses and limitations of verification. (4) Understand how data quality, verification and authentication all relate to establishing trust in an eIdentity.
- Expected time to complete the course: 120 minutes (includes session tests and final exam) .
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why should you consider becoming a certified ecommerce executive?
Fraud is a part of doing business, but if you are doing business online, or via the telephone, the risk for fraud is exponentially higher; and stopping it is exponentially more difficult. Regardless if you are a small business owner with a staff that consists of yourself; or a senior executive for a large corporation with a dedicated staff to manage fraud; you need to understand how online payments work and the fraud exposure and risk your company will have to manage to maintain strong profits.
Doing business online today means you need to be prepared to navigate the eCommerce fraud landscape. The eCommerce fraud landscape can be difficult if you don’t have a good understanding of the underlying terminology, lingo and technology that is available. The eCommerce channel is still relatively young, and everyone from your peers to solution providers, from associations to the media will be trying to tell you they know how to prevent fraud in your business better than you do. The reality is, what you hear will typically only represent partial pictures. For example, most merchants just starting to do business online believe they will be protected from fraud by the tools offered from the card associations. The reality is, while these tools provide some protection they will not be enough to prevent fraud from occurring.
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