Ken Meiser Ken Meiser is the Chief Compliance Officer for ID Analytics’. As CCO, he directs regulatory analysis, compliance, and consumer support programs to ensure adherence to the FCRA, GLBA and similar state laws. Prior to this role he was ID Analytics’ Product Strategist, focusing on fraud, identity and privacy solutions. He has 20 years’ experience in designing and implementing fraud mitigation, compliance and authentication services and products at Cortera, LexisNexis, ChoicePoint and the National Council on Compensation Insurance.

He has provided expert testimony to state and federal regulators on the best practices in identity risk and the use of public records and private consumer data. Ken serves on the Board of Advisors for the Center for Identity at the University of Texas and recently completed a Masters of Science degree in the new Identity Management and Security program at UT. He is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and served eight years in the U.S. Air Force.

Synthetic Identity Fraud Legislative Update

In my new role as Chief Compliance Officer for ID Analytics, I have been spending a great deal of time in Washington D.C. with our government relations team staying abreast of new laws that impact our industry. I will periodically …

Cyber Monday Hits Record Online Application Volumes: What this Means for Fraud Risk Managers

In our last post, we reported that on Black Friday in-store and online consumers shopped earlier in the day posting record breaking sales, which likely resulted in credit, loan and service application volumes also peaking earlier in the day. …

Black Friday 2017: Credit Applications Peak Early

If you happened to turn on your local news on Thanksgiving evening, you probably saw interviews with shoppers who were camped out at select retailers, some for days, in anticipation of ‘Black Friday’ deals. A national survey by Ebates revealed …

A Modern-Day Frankenstein: Synthetic Identity Fraud

When Victor Frankenstein set out to fashion a new life form with body parts he gathered from multiple corpses, he was unaware of the damage his creation would later inflict on innocent people.1 While Frankenstein’s monster was a fictional …

Black Friday – More Shoppers Means More Credit Applications

Although Black Friday has traditionally marked the start of the holiday shopping season, many retailers start their ‘Black Friday’ sales earlier each year to extend the holiday shopping season.1 Despite some holiday discounts starting early, according to the National …