Verifying identity in a digital economy, where risk is on the riseRead this ex-fraudster’s insights on the different types of cybercrime, how fraudulent ID documents are used to commit these crimes, what security methods are no longer effective in mitigating risk and what the future of identity may look like.
Looking beyond KBA: a research paper, by JavelinAfter Equifax data breach, regaining trust in the digital channel is more important than ever. Read this report by Javelin and discover secure and UX-friendly methods to verify your customers’ identities beyond old-fashioned KBA questions and passwords.
PSD2: A visual guide to the new European payments directiveDownload this handy visual guide to navigate the changes and opportunities brought in by the revised European Payments Services Directive (PSD2). Learn how to leverage consumers' smartphone's camera for identity verification and turn the new regulatory requirements for Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) into a competitive advantage.
On-demand webinar: Reduce friction and cut compliance costs with digital ID verification
The latest EU Anti-Money Laundering directives and regulations will significantly increase the frequency with which financial service providers need to conduct ‘Know Your Customer’ (KYC) checks. To optimise the effectiveness of digital transformation initiatives, financial services and other regulated industries must find effective digital identity verification solutions.
A survey of UK banks' capability for digital customer onboardingTo provide a realistic assessment of the digital account opening landscape in the UK, P.A.ID surveyed and benchmarked UK high street banks and their challenger bank counterparts. Download this report, licensed from P.A.ID Strategies, to discover the leaders and laggards in digital account opening.
Solving the global digital identity crisis
More than half of the world’s population’s personal information is available on the dark web due to massive data breaches, helping fraudsters thrive and making traditional identity verification methods obsolete.
Adding to the challenge is the fact that criminals are using forged identity documents in complex fraud schemes and anti-social behavior, consequently turning the establishment of trust in the digital channel into a business imperative.