Kount Exhibiting at 5th Annual Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition


Kount, a global leader in card-not-present (CNP) fraud control, will be exhibiting at the Fifth Annual Internet Retailer Conference & Exhibition on June 8-11 in Chicago, IL. With more than 6,000 attendees, 175 speakers, and 407 exhibiting companies, this conference is billed as "America's Largest E-commerce Event."

This year's conference will focus on the e-commerce industry's certain return to double-digit growth. Kount will be showcasing its service offerings, which are designed to help companies win the war on fraud.

"Visitors to our booth will learn how Kount's fraud prevention technology suite provides better visibility into card-not-present transaction fraud, and how our automation tools improve operational efficiencies and reduce costs," said Kount Chief Operating Officer Steve Rouse. "Because Kount is so affordable, enterprise-class fraud prevention services once available to only the largest organizations are now available to companies of all sizes."

The exhibit will also educate fraud managers about Kount's customizable services and how Kount's suite provides complete control over their risk management strategies.

Representatives from Kount partner Chase Paymentech will attend the conference as well. Based in Dallas, TX, Chase Paymentech, a subsidiary of JPMorgan Chase, is a global leader in payment processing and merchant acquiring and utilizes Kount's state of the art fraud prevention technology.

About Kount

Kount® is the most advanced fraud fighting technology available today. Developed by Keynetics Inc. with online and catalog merchant needs in mind, Kount defends against both traditional and emerging card-not-present fraud threats. The technology uses a formidable array of tools including two patented technologies—device fingerprinting, and proxy piercing—along with Dynamic Scoring™, geolocation techniques and real-time data streams from websites across the globe. For more information about Kount, please visit www.kount.com.