The New Era of Identity

To fight fraud effectively without disrupting the consumer’s experience, organizations must change how they approach identity authentication and fraud prevention in today’s digital era. Through layered authentication practices, businesses can vet consumers properly, accurately and thoroughly at the first point of contact to develop a baseline for subsequent interactions with that consumer. This enables businesses to determine if consumer behavior is consistent or if there's an anomaly that might indicate fraud. The impetus to get digital authentication right the first time provides dual protection for the business and the consumer. 

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Account Verification minimizes risk for businesses by verifying and matching the consumer’s credit card or bank account presented for payment with their Personal Identifiable Information (PII) data, while commercial bank accounts are matched to a business name, address and tax ID.

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Digital Identity Trust verifies consumer identity information is legitimate using phone number, email, address and mobile device.

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Document Verification is a multi-level approach to starting consumer relationships off right by verifying your customers have known identities and are more likely who they say they are, helping you to incrementally increase confidence in identity validity. A consumer’s Personal Identifiable Information (PII) and device presented can be combined with Document Verification’s biometric authentication, using a selfie photo and/or liveness check.

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Secure MFA helps determine the authenticity of an end-user and that they are who they claim to be by using multiple credentials, such as phone number and SIM card for multi-factor authentication.

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Customer Experience is Paramount
Authenticate Right the First Time
Achieving the 'Gold Standard' in Identity
Dual Protection of Businesses and Consumers
Advanced Authentication Strategies
Essential for Mitigating Risk