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In the anonymous digital world, our identity is comprised of...
You can’t tell where you are going, unless you know...
Legal wrangling and a little something called Brexit are throwing...
In the anonymous digital world, our identity is comprised of all of our daily activity. For me, I have a Facebook account to keep in touch with family and friends back home in Montreal. I browse and buy sneakers on...Read More
As your business traverses through the digital economy, you will be presented with compelling new revenue streams and customer engagement opportunities. But the ever-increasing presence and sophistication of cybercrime necessitates a better way of authenticating customers. At ThreatMetrix, we believe...Read More
You can’t tell where you are going, unless you know where you have been. This old English proverb rings especially true for me today as we open our Digital Identity Summit 2017: The Currency of Trust in San Francisco. The...Read More
Legal wrangling and a little something called Brexit are throwing speed bumps into the race to implement PSD2. But new questions around cyber threats against APIs have some wondering if things could soon take a turn for the worst. In...Read More
News of a massive cyberattack on one of the three major U.S. credit bureaus is adding urgency to a long-running crisis that’s shaping up into a perfect storm for fraud. According to Equifax, the hack it disclosed last week includes...Read More
In a recent Marketing Milestones podcast, I was interviewed about the ever-changing role of the CMO. Among the topics I discussed was the importance of having good metrics to get your arms around the business, as well as the need...Read More
Much has been made about the affect the upcoming PSD2 regulations will have on businesses in the European financial services industry. But, sometimes lost in all of the discussion is just how this modernization will ultimately affect consumers. PSD2, of...Read More
The gaming sector’s good fortunes are making it a prime target for the kind of sophisticated cyberattacks once reserved for online banks and retailers. Propelled by advances in mobile and virtual reality, the burgeoning world of first-person shooters and massively...Read More
According to the Q2 2017 Cybercrime Report from ThreatMetrix, cyberattacks hit an all-time high, at 144 million, from April through June of this year. That’s up 100 percent from 2015, putting worldwide losses from cybercrime on track to top $6...Read More
Machine learning has been gaining a lot of momentum lately, as security and risk professionals see it as a valuable tool in their cybersecurity arsenal. However, this wave of enthusiasm might recede as quickly as it arrived. That could be,...Read More