In Other News: THREATMETRIX (OS); NAB (Adelo); INTELLICHECK (1Q); and LENDINGTREE (CTO).
THREATMETRIX – ThreatMetrix has unveiled ThreatMetrix Open Intel, a new capability to incorporate third-party intelligence signals into the ThreatMetrix platform to orchestrate fraud prevention and authentication across the enterprise. Through Open Intel, ThreatMetrix customers can preserve their legacy and future investments in third-party threat intelligence tools to complement native ThreatMetrix intelligence into a unified decision framework. Open Intel builds on the ThreatMetrix Smart Analytics platform, a powerful machine learning and behavioral analytics foundation that supports the world’s largest Digital Identity Network.
NAB – North American Bancard has announced its POS partner Aldelo, is now fully integrated with EMV, through its partnership with NAB’s front-end omnichannel payments platform NAB Velocity. This integration enables Aldelo to offer its merchants Ingenico’s Telium 2 series of EMV ready solutions, allowing merchants to accept EMV payment cards immediately. It also helps to secure consumer information through technology that eliminates sensitive cardholder data from the POS.
INTELLICHECK – Intellicheck Mobilisa posted revenue for the first quarter of $950,668 compared to $987,127 in the same period of the previous year. Net loss for the three months ended March 31, 2016 was ($2,143,491), compared to a net loss of ($1,302,113) for the quarter ended March 31, 2015.
LENDINGTREE – LendingTree has ankled Paul Tyma as its new Chief Technology Officer. Based in Charlotte at LendingTree’s headquarters, Tyma will lead the company’s technology strategy and operations. Dr. Tyma received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Syracuse University, focusing on Java and .NET performance, and has built and run engineering teams at LinkedIn and Morgan Stanley, along with his own companies. He also spent 3 years at Google as an engineer working on internal server development and has founded four technology-based startups including Preemptive Solutions, Mailinator, Home-account.com (later acquired by Bills.com) and Refresh, Inc. (acquired by LinkedIn). Additionally, Tyma is a frequent speaker, writer and author of one of the original Java books, “Java Primer Plus”.