Sarasota, FL, March 15, 2016 / The Fraud Practice, Inc.
The Fraud Practice and CardinalCommerce have released the third annual Use of Consumer Authentication in eCommerce white paper, detailing the results of the 2016 Consumer Authentication Survey. Tara Lavelle, VP of Marketing at CardinalCommerce, and Justin McDonald, Sr. Risk Management Consultant with The Fraud Practice, discussed the key findings and highlights from this year’s survey at the MRC Vegas 2016 conference. Previously only made available to those who participated in the survey, this annual report is now available for all to download.
This annual report discusses key findings from the 2016 Consumer Authentication Survey along with longitudinal trends and analysis, including perspectives from all kinds of payment industry players as well as merchants who both use and do not use these services today. Now in its third year, the 2016 Consumer Authentication Survey uncovered several new trends and findings while showing continued improvements in happiness and sophistication of how merchants implement Consumer Authentication, as well as reinforcing the validity of previously seen trends when comparing results year-to-year. These and many more findings are detailed in the full report.