by Garient Evans

Garient Evans

Many consumers believe that the most common form of fraud is related to credit card transactions and that this type of fraud doesn’t impact them much beyond being a minor inconvenience when a transaction is declined at the point of …

by Stephen Coggeshall

Dr. Steve Coggeshall

This post is the first in a three-part series on fraud techniques used to target wireless carries. The data collected and analyzed by ID Analytics has given us unique insight into how this type of fraud is planned and perpetrated.…

by Aaron Kline

Aaron Kline

With Cyber Monday and the holiday shopping season just around the corner, merchants have much to be excited about. According to CMO.com, “U.S. retail e-commerce will grow 16.6 percent this holiday season, up from last year’s 15.3 percent rise.” In …

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

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 …

by Aaron Kline

Aaron Kline

Last year might end up being remembered as the year that mobile commerce came of age with mobile devices becoming a suitable way to shop online. According to IBM, mobile traffic during the 2013 holiday season made up 39.7 percent …