Payverifi has teamed with Kount Systems in order to enhance their fraud management systems. The partnership will allow Payverifi’s pre-existing systems to dive in even deeper to each particular transaction, instantly checking hundreds of fraud check points.
NYC-based eMazzanti Technologies has completed high-level retail data security training to prevent retail point-of-sale (POS) data theft. eMazzanti is currently one of only seven companies worldwide to be qualified as a PCI Qualified Integrator under the stringent certification standards of the PCI Security Standards Council Qualified Integrators and Resellers (QIR) program.
AARP and Google want New Yorkers age 50+ to be smart online to keep identity thieves out of their wallets and to protect their personal information. Today, at an event co-hosted by the AARP Fraud Watch Network and Google at Google’s Chelsea offices, the groups released the top five tips that every New Yorker should know to avoid identity theft and keep their passwords, credit cards, and other sensitive financial information safe.
The quest for the best security with privacy considerations and anonymity may have been discovered by DC-based Anonos. The company has been issued U.S. Patents for its pioneering solutions to architecturally enforce controlled conditions capable of satisfying even the most stringent U.S. and EU data privacy regulations.
The total value of mobile transactions processed throughout the world is expected to escalate to in 2019 surging at a CAGR of 122.2% over the period of 2015-2019. The massive increase in the payments, remittance and banking value is anticipated to be driven by Asia-Pacific region, with countries including China and India.