Aaron Kline As Vice President of Product Management for ID Analytics, Aaron Kline leads the company’s identity, credit, and innovation product lines. His extensive product development experience enables Kline to balance the need for optimal customer experiences with the requirements of risk management. Prior to this role, Kline led the Innovation and New Ventures team as well as the eCommerce product lines at the Company. Prior to joining ID Analytics, Kline led product and innovation efforts at various companies including Intuit, Provide Commerce, and The Home Depot. Kline holds a BA and MBA from Emory University.

Synthetic Identity Fraud: Part Two, The Evolving Threat

In our previous blog we discussed the significant problem of synthetic identity fraud and established that ‘symptom’ solutions, which help detect and address some forms of synthetic fraud, are not enough in the industry’s fight against this evolving threat. This …

Synthetic Identity Fraud: Part One, Manipulated Synthetic Identities

This article is the first in a three-part series that will examine the different types of synthetic fraud and share insight regarding the development of an effective response to this evolving problem. Today’s post examines manipulated synthetic identities.

In 2014 …

Identity Verification: Data is the Differentiator

As fraudsters become more sophisticated and their techniques change1, lenders and service providers understand that to protect their customers and their businesses more comprehensive identity verification is necessary. In a world competing on customer experience—one-click ordering, instant payments, …

The REAL ID Act and its Impact on Fraud Risk Management

If you’re a frequent traveler you may be familiar with the REAL ID Act, especially if you live in a state that isn’t compliant. The measure, passed by Congress in 2005 calls for the standardization of all state-issued driver licenses …

ID Analytics Unveils ID Connect™ at Finovate Fall

Javelin estimates that 63% of the U.S. population will use mobile banking by 2018. Additionally, of consumers applying for new checking and credit card accounts, 70% seeking checking accounts and 80% of those applying for credit card accounts prefer to

Cyber Monday is Coming to Town

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 …

EMV and Apple Pay – the End of Payments Fraud?

This is an exciting time to be in the payments industry. The U.S. deadline for the EMV chip-and-PIN migration is officially less than one year away,1 and Apple Pay recently became available to iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus …

Reducing Headaches from Mobile ID Proofing

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 …