"risk" Articles

How Next-Gen Digital Identity Verification & Authentication Disrupts the Fraudster, Delights the Consumer

by Andy Kim January 25th, 2018
How Next-Gen Digital Identity Verification & Authentication Disrupts the Fraudster, Delights the Consumer

When businesses can verify and authenticate the identity of who is on the other end of every transaction, it’s a win-win for both the business and the consumer. Not only does it reduce fraud, it also makes for a faster, more seamless customer experience. Read Full Article

Data Decay Is the Enemy of Every Call Center

by Tom Nowaczyk January 22nd, 2018
Data Decay Is the Enemy of Every Call Center

Steering clear of violating TCPA regulations should be the goal of every call center that reaches out to consumers. Lawsuits can climb into the millions. Using accurate consumer contact information that is proactively updated through a third party can go a long way to staying in compliance. Read Full Article

Contacting Your Customers Could Cost You Millions

by Tom Nowaczyk November 28th, 2017
Contacting Your Customers Could Cost You Millions

In 2016, TCPA litigation rose by 31% from the previous year. Companies need to make sure they don’t commit unintentional violations when reaching out to consumers. With better identity resolution, you can significantly mitigate your risk. Read Full Article

Using IP Intelligence to improve security, reduce fraud and protect content

by Travis Abercrombie August 29th, 2017
Using IP Intelligence to improve security, reduce fraud and protect content

Neustar IP Intelligence is the answer to help you reduce fraud, improve web security and protect valuable online content. Read Full Article

Reduce Customer Friction and Fraud with Trusted Identities

by Ken Jochims May 12th, 2017
Reduce Customer Friction and Fraud with Trusted Identities

In today’s highly competitive market, financial institutions and businesses must walk a fine line between streamlining customer experiences and preventing fraud. See how better identity is making a difference. Read Full Article