Resources: Fraud Prevention White Papers
The State of Payment Processing & Fraud: 2018 Inaugural Report
Learn about the current state of payment processing and market trends in this space.
The Anatomy of Account Takeover Fraud
With nearly 7 billion data breaches since 2005, it's not surprising that account takeover fraud has increased as much as 112%.
State of Chargebacks 2018 Report
The survey results uncover their experience, insights, and performance related to managing fraud and chargebacks for online and mobile commerce.
Fighting Fraud for Online Games
Read this collection of Insider Hacks and learn how to block bad players and keep the game pure.
A Trident of Change in Europe
Europe is undergoing significant legislative change that will fundamentally change the payments ecosystem. Learn more about the these new major eCommerce policy initiatives in Europe for businesses.
Fraud Detection 2.0: Dynamic Tools For Fighting E-Commerce Fraud
A revolution in e-commerce fraud detection is occurring with new tools and strategies to combat card-not-present fraud.
eCommerce Fraud Challenges Facing Electronics Retailers
High fraud rates and low margins can mean crippling blows to your consumer electronics business. In this white paper you will learn about fraud schemes, emerging trends and how to strengthen your defenses.
Mobile Payments & Fraud:
Download this report to reveal critical findings related to the mobile channel. It’s the only place where you can get five consecutive years worth of trends about mobile payments and fraud.
Fraud Secrets of a Consumer Electronics eCommerce Insider
Read this Insider’s View and learn pro tips for staying one step ahead of fraudsters, including; revenue building tips to scale your business, cost-cutting tips your finance team will thank you for, and fraud reducing tips to stop bad orders.
As airlines, hotels, car rental companies and online travel agencies embrace online and mobile commerce, card-not-present fraud poses a growing threat. These variable purchase paths mean that fraudsters have multiple channels through which to perpetrate fraud.