Fraud and Identity Podcast
Your essential go-to for all the absolute linkages between the day’s emerging fraud and identity trends, tropes and travails — delivered with straight talk and none of the false positives.
Amanda Mickleburgh, director of Merchant Fraud product at ACI Worldwide, discusses how organizations can mitigate bot attacks without needing to shut down systems and hurt legitimate consumers.
Ricardo Font, Director of Product Management for Fiserv, joins us to talk about mitigating bot fraud, navigating the internal friction vs. CX conversation, and what to bear in mind when moving fraud systems to the cloud.
Fraud analytics expert Colin Dew-Becker discusses the data organizations can use to combat the increasing threat of synthetic fraud and why synthetics are not merely a financial industry problem.
Andrew Chan joins to discuss how building effective custom models mitigates potential fraud and identifies more legitimate customers and transactions — letting them through with less friction. Listen now.
Sean Naismith joins us to discuss the difference between “more” data and “meaningful” data, and what organizations can do to make the best use of the data they have.
Lance Hood joins us to discuss the benefits and vulnerabilities (including AI) of voice biometrics, and its optimal role within a multi-layered authentication strategy.
Don Smith joins TransUnion Fraudcast to discuss why SIM swaps continue to grow in frequency and damage, and whether that spells the end of the one-time passcode (OTP).
Lance Hood discusses why the call center is increasingly the target for enterprising fraudsters, and what can be done to protect it without ballooning operational costs and frustrating legitimate callers.
Emily Sherman discusses synthetic fraud’s increasing exposure within financial portfolios and how to address the challenge of rooting out synthetic identities..
Erich Lambert discusses deepfake AI and it's implication for effective document verification.
Jim Hendrie discusses why digital fraud exploded since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic and what signals and technologies can be used to keep it in check—without degrading the customer experience.
Jason Lord is Vice President of Global Fraud Solutions for TransUnion. A fifteen-year veteran of marketing and fraud technology, Jason has previously led teams for Neustar and PointRoll. He currently lives in Chicago, IL.
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