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NuData: It’s Time For Businesses To Replace The Old ‘New Normal’ With A New One

PYMTS | June 30, 2021 – The new normal is passing away, to be replaced by a newer normal – and therefore, online services providers all have a lot of retraining to do. While getting back out into the real world will look like a reversion to 2019, appearances can be deceiving. “The new shopping channels probably aren't going back to the way they were before; consumers who have become very accustomed to eCommerce may not want to go back

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Mastercard: Digital Identity Aligns Security With Consumer Experience

Identity theft, hand picking out the letter yPYMTS | June 23, 2021 – After countless data breaches and hacker attempts on their personal data, consumers are pretty well fed-up with the problem and have taken on a zero-tolerance stance. The recent PYMNTS and NuData Securing eCommerce study found that consumers take data theft and fraud so seriously that nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of all eCommerce shoppers report that even a single instance of personal data theft would cause them to almost never choose to shop with the

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Merchants Get Real To Stop Fake Human Fraud Attacks

PYMTS TV Matt Nesto and Dave SenciPYMTS | June 14, 2021 – Fraud hasn’t only increased in amount, but it has gotten smarter, more sophisticated and harder to spot. Businesses should also get more sophisticated. They need to take a broader look at their transactions to learn how to spot this new, emerging face of fraud. “A human-driven attack isn’t as obvious as a basic large-scale attack,” says Dave Senci, Vice President of Product Development at NuData Security. “It’s a low and slow attack that is

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Consumers Beware: There’s No Such Thing As A Free App

Robert Capps, Pymt podcastPYMTS | June 1, 2021 – If you’re using a service and not paying for it, then you’re not the customer, you’re the product. Free isn’t really free and there is often a price to be paid for accepting the service – sometimes an incredibly high one. "When installing apps infected with software that makes your computer part of a botnet, the traffic from your machine will look like it's originating from you, and there could be potential consequences,” says NuData's

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