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Common Pitfalls When Performing Identity Document Verification as a Fraud Prevention Technique

It is common to find risk management teams relying on legacy identity document verification practices, which limits their ability to take advantage of the opportunity to leverage new technology and techniques to verify modern identity documents.  Making use of new identity document features and services can help protect the organization and improve customer retention and

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Outsourcing Manual Review Doesn’t Have to be an All-or-Nothing Decision

Many merchants struggle to fully handle risk management and manual reviews in-house, especially with changes in volume and fraud patterns. While many organizations are aware there are third party vendor manual review services available in the market, fewer merchants are aware that when it comes to outsourcing manual review it doesn’t have to be an

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The 2nd Annual Consumer Authentication Survey from The Fraud Practice and CardinalCommerce is Now Underway

Take the Survey Today and be Entered in up to 10 drawings to win a New Bose SoundLink® Bluetooth® Speaker III In effort to continue last year’s success and identify the latest trends and experiences from organizations utilizing Consumer Authentication programs, The Fraud Practice and CardinalCommerce are pleased to announce that the 2nd Annual Consumer

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Keep Fraud Teams Engaged During the Peak eCommerce Sales Season

As we enter the 4th quarter eCommerce fraud teams are ramping operations to support the holiday rush. The blunt force of added resources stretches management bandwidth and impacts team engagement. Managers can quickly assess their team’s engagement and apply a strategy that will help drive fraud team engagement to peak levels during the 4th quarter.

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Dairy Queen and at Least 1,000 Other U.S. Businesses Hit by Backoff Malware

According to reports from the U.S. Secret Service and Kaspersky Labs, malware known as Backoff has been used to attack more than 1,000 businesses. This malware targets point-of-sale retail payment systems, intercepting and sending payment information to the fraudsters that employ it. The most recent high profile case of this malware and data compromise targeted

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