Leverage the power of unsupervised machine learning to defeat fraud with speed and agility.
dCube is the complete AI-powered fraud management solution that enables the proactive defeat of emerging fraud.
Get detailed fraud signals in real time, and take proactive steps to defeat both known and unknown fraud.
This is part one of a three-part blog post series highlighting some of the key things to look for when it comes to choosing a third-party fraud prevention solution. In this post, we go over topics such as multi-layer protection, target use cases, global reach and data, etc.
Stop application and transaction fraud, account takeover, money laundering, and more.
Learn how leading financial institutions are using ML to proactively detect card application fraud.
Build and maintain trust by stopping fraud before reputational damage occurs.
Every company is different, and every attack is different. When it comes to defeating fraud, success is determined organization by organization. From mass registrations and fake listings, to ATO and spam, to promo abuse and bot attacks,…
Keep your platform safe and secure by purging spam and harmful posts.
Understand the range of modern fraud attacks to ensure complete coverage for your organization.
Discover all the ways our clients are staying ahead of fraud by embracing AI-powered solutions that enable their organizations to know the unknown.
5 stories. 5 victories against fraud. See how organizations across industries are proactively defeating attacks.
Get experts insights on how to deploy cutting-edge fraud solutions to defeat even the most sophisticated modern attacks.
Discover advanced strategies for managing the rapidly-evolving fraud attacks plaguing the modern banking sector.
Delve deep into proprietary research to ensure your organization stays ahead of malicious threats.
Customers online want convenience, ease, and access. Fortunately, your business offers it all. Unfortunately, that’s what fraudsters want too. To a cyber criminal, those features means vulnerabilities. To bring you the very latest and most…
Learn from leading experts in the fields of AI, machine learning, and fraud prevention as they provide rich insights on fraud trends and solutions.
E-commerce sites that offer shipping services are being increasingly targeted by fraudsters who exploit platform vulnerabilities in order to profit off of unsuspecting consumers at a massive scale.
Shipping-related fraud has become a critical part of the modern fraudster’s cross-platform toolkit, but contextual detection, holistic data analysis, and unsupervised machine learning can combine to stop fraud before damage happens.
Advanced algorithms, big data analytics, and real-time detection capabilities are empowering marketplaces and social…
Advanced algorithms, big data analytics, and real-time detection capabilities are empowering marketplaces and social platforms to detect fraud holistically and act decisively.
The first step for fraudsters to commit an intended fraud on a given platform begins with fake account creation. Learn…
The first step for fraudsters to commit an intended fraud on a given platform begins with fake account creation. Learn how AI and Machine Learning can help reduce fake account creation.
The DataVisor Online Fraud Report took a look at our base of more than one billion users across 172+ countries in the…
The DataVisor Online Fraud Report took a look at our base of more than one billion users across 172+ countries in the world. Using this massive amount of data, we were able to identify some of the favorite tools and attack techniques that online criminals from around the globe favor when doing…
We analyzed more than 500 billion events and 300 million user accounts from global online services over the past two years to uncover sleeper cells. We found that they are not only prevalent, but also very patient.
Fake accounts are a bigger problem than ever. With so many new security technologies, why are they still so prevalent?…
Fake accounts are a bigger problem than ever. With so many new security technologies, why are they still so prevalent? Recent studies show that approximately 10 percent of accounts on social media sites are fake.