How to improve risk management with dynamic identity verification

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Risk leaders in Marketplaces, Hospitality, and ECommerce in Sydney are invited to join this roundtable luncheon on ‘How to improve risk management with dynamic identity verification’.

An expert moderator will guide the knowledge-sharing event, stimulating discussion between participants in a closed, confidential environment. Attendance is by invitation only and complimentary. Registration is limited to a select number of guests per event.

How to improve risk management with dynamic identity verification

Over the past decade, as companies and consumers alike increasingly moved online, opportunities in the digital space have become endless. Companies are reaching more people than ever before, and competition for the market’s attention has led to the constant creation of new deals and customer incentives. While promotions are great for boosting sales, they also garner a lot of unwanted attention from fraudsters.

Account abuse, from onboarding to promo and loyalty abuse to account takeover, is a universal problem for companies in all industries. These threat actors may seem benign at first, but the damages incurred could easily add up to crippling losses if left unchecked. As online business continues to boom, companies must find new ways to protect themselves and stay competitive.

  • How are companies leaving themselves vulnerable online, particularly in the ‘account’ ecosystem? What challenges do they face, and what solutions are they exploring?
  • What is the impact of manual reviews and automation in account onboarding, promo, and loyalty programs?
  • How can Dynamic Friction help prevent account takeover and spot fraudsters from the beginning of the account lifecycle?

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The Ortus Club hosts knowledge-sharing discussions in the best private dining rooms in the world. These venues provide an elegant high-end atmosphere and impeccable table service.

Attended by:

VP, Digtal Consumer at IBM
Head of Engineering, Cloud, Operations, and Cybersecurity at Qantas Loyalty
Senior Client Director at Veritas
Director, Strategy and Transformation at Optus
Director, Complex and Vulnerable Care at Optus
Product Manager at Credit Corp
Operations Manager at Beem It
Products Lead at BTC Markets
Senior Fraud Analyst Velocity at Virgin Airlines
Leader, Fraud Prevention at Virgin Airlines

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11:00 AM: Arrival of guests
11:30 AM: Welcoming and opening address by The Ortus Club
11:35 AM: Short introduction by Ekata
11:40 AM: Discussion instigated by the moderator while lunch is served
12:40 PM: End of session
1:30 PM: Guests normally start leaving

Hosted by Ekata and Accertify

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Ekata, a Mastercard company, provides global identity verification solutions via enterprise-grade APIs for automated decisioning, and Pro Insight, a SaaS solution for manual review for cross-border businesses to grow revenue by maximizing their predictability of good transactions. Ekata’s product suite is powered by the Ekata Identity Engine (EIE), the first and only cross-border identity verification engine of its kind. It uses complex machine learning algorithms across the five core consumer attributes of email, phone, name (person or business), physical address, and IP, to derive unique data links and features from billions of real-time transactions within the Ekata proprietary network and the data licensed from a broad spectrum of global providers. Businesses around the world including Alipay, Microsoft, and Stripe leverage our product suite to increase approvals of more good transactions, reduce customer friction at account opening, and find fraud.

Event Detail

Thursday, April 7, 2022 11:00

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