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With the issuance of Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) guidelines under PSD2, NuData staff are often approached with questions about the impact of these regulations on the market as a whole. As a leader in this space, we want to make sure our customers have answers to some of the top questions we have received. This is what our experts responded: Is the market ready to implement Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)? The market readiness is closely tied to the needs in …
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NuData’s flagship product suite, NuDetect, has achieved the coveted AWS PrivateLink Ready designation, making NuData’s technology available through AWS PrivateLink and fully supported for AWS customers. This means that any NuDetect client – including NuDetect for ATO, NuDetect for Good User Verification, NuDetect for Automation, NuDetect for Continuous Verification and NuDetect for OAO – can have their traffic sent through the AWS PrivateLink instead of the internet. This offering is especially useful for companies subject to strict data protection …
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How often do you hear an 8-year old talk about data processors or cryptology? During our Girls4Tech event, that’s all our young participants spoke about. When Mansur first asked her 10-year old daughter Amaya to join a Mastercard’s Girls4Tech day, she quickly shook her head no, dreading the word tech would mean something boring. Now, Amaya, one beaming face among twenty other excited girls flocking across the Mastercard Vancouver office, is eager to solve scientific puzzles and talk through technical …
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We’ve got a lot of work ahead of us before we solve the issue of asserting a consumer’s true offline identity in online interactions. Neither the current consumer identity framework (Government issued physical ID), nor the Internet, were built for the challenge of identifying people digitally and virtually across the globe. There is promising work being done within the Sovrin Alliance, and within organizations such as Mastercard. Consumers and organizations need a broadly available solution to verify consumer identity before …
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Your online company is getting lots of new online customers, but you don’t understand why revenue numbers don’t add up. OAO is probably at the source of your problems. After a test with an eCommerce company, we found that a staggering 70% of their new accounts were fake. Incredulous at first, the company cross-checked our data with their own fraud team to finally agree with us. Only 30% of new accounts were legitimate. As the sad news sunk in, they …
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