The Equifax Breach: Keep Calm and Keep Selling

Everyone has heard about it by now. Equifax, a provider of credit scores, was hacked between May and July of this year. PII (Personally Identifying Information) for about 140 million Americans was potentially compromised, as well as the details of over two-hundred thousand credit cards. We’ve been hearing a lot of concerns from merchants that […]

How Do Fraudsters End Up On Your Site?

Shoppers don’t arrive at your eCommerce store by chance. They either typed in your URL directly, arrived via search engine, or clicked a link on some other website. Merchants usually use this information to maximize the quantity and quality of their site visitors. But one aspect that tends to get overlooked is the rate at […]

Introducing the CNP Fraud Lexicon

We are excited to announce the addition of a new resource to our Buyer’s Kit: The CNP Fraud Lexicon. The Lexicon is a collection of the most pertinent concepts and expressions used within the fraud-prevention industry, all clearly explained. Our goal was to demystify many of the technical terms used by fraud analysts to describe […]

Why Young Travellers Often Fly Under The Radar

Airlines and online travel agencies (OTAs) invest considerable funds and go to great lengths in an effort to prevent online fraud. But while trying to avoid chargebacks, many travel merchants impose strict rules and filters that block not only fraud attempts, but also good customers. In the highly competitive online travel market, wrongly declining a […]

Fraud Trends to Expect This Holiday Season: An Infographic

Consumers are increasingly going online for their holiday shopping, with this season expected to generate the highest eCommerce order volume ever. Holiday shoppers present an enormous revenue opportunity to eCommerce retailers. However, this season is also a source of challenges for fraud teams: much of the order spike will come from hard-to-verify international cards, and since order […]