– Banking in Latin America
– Effect of Covid-19 on Latin American banking
– Key risks of bancarization in Latin America
– Why do we need continuous authentication?
– Current ID checks not stringent enough
– What is continuous authentication?
– A frictionless user experience
– Continuous authentication: dynamic fraud prevention that leaves the user uninterrupted
– How does SIM swapping work?
– SIM swappers struck – what next?
– The role of the bank in stopping SIM swapping fraud
– Behavioral biometrics analysis overcomes the failings of two-factor authentication
– Profiling cybercriminals, one simjacker at a time
– How unauthorized fraudsters use compromised customer data and phishing techniques to attack online banking platforms
– Leverage behavioral biometrics and AI to make real-time decisions
– Assess the risk of entities holistically, not only relying on PII
COVID-19 continues to spread rapidly and the economic crisis escalates globally every day in the face of the pandemic. The humanitarian cost and stress on health systems and infrastructure induces fear and uncertainty, affecting lives and livelihoods on a daily basis. One area of great significance is the threat of illiquidity among partners and cashflow crises that damage or destroy once stable businesses. Cybertonica is building a new feature for Acquirers that predicts cash flow impacts and liquidity problems Merchants may face so that the payments operator can react appropriately, maybe vary conditions or seek to terminate a relationship if there is a risk of bankruptcy or fraud.
Cybertonica CEO and Co-Founder Joshua Bower-Saul along with Tony Craddock of Emerging Payments Association discussed the Impact of COVID-19 on Payments Security at Payment Systems Regulation and Innovation Online Conference on June 4th, 2020.
Hosted by City & Financial Global, Payment Systems Regulation and Innovation Online Conference focused on all aspects of payments innovations, including regulatory framework, in the context of the new challenges brought on by the current global crisis.
Issues covered in the event include:
– Reducing the risk of fraud and cyber risk with and within the next generation of payments security
– Shaping and re-shaping the payment industry: privacy, data access and regulatory considerations