Ken Meiser Vice President, Identity Solutions for ID Analytics, Ken Meiser has 20 years of experience in designing and implementing risk mitigation, compliance, and authentication services and products at Cortera, LexisNexis, ChoicePoint, and the National Council on Compensation Insurance. Meiser oversaw the implementation of identity and age verification for several Fortune 500 consumer products and financial services firms, and architected specialty applications to support federal agencies. He has provided expert testimony to state and federal regulators on the best practices in identity and the use of public records and private consumer data. Meiser is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and served eight years in the U.S. Air Force.

Fraud Rings in Action Video

One of the things I love about my job is the opportunity I have to work with incredibly smart people and address real-world problems. This video from ID:A Labs is a great example of how contributory ID Network® insight

Fraud Mobility: Exploitation Patterns and Insights

Identity theft places a burden on victims and presents tremendous challenges to businesses and government agencies. In 2014, the nature of the breaches had migrated from financial access to identity theft. In fact, 54% of all data breaches were described

The End of Distinct Black Friday and Cyber Monday Shopping Experiences?

By now many of you have probably seen the reports of somewhat disappointing Black Friday turnout from the National Retail Federation,1 but an analysis of transaction volumes of businesses participating in the ID Network® over the shopping weekend, …

Taking Account Takeover Protection to the Next Level

Account takeover is a persistent issue that costs companies millions each year.1 It will likely continue to grow with the proliferation of publicly available personal information, the increasing number of data breaches and an increasing number of online black …

Unintended Consequences: The Impact of SSN Randomization on Risk Management

Originally designed to track individual contributions to the Social Security Program, a person’s Social Security Number (SSN) has evolved to unintentionally become a near universal identifier synonymous with a person’s identity. SSNs never expire, are never reclaimed, seldom reissued, and …