Picture this: you are late as you hop into a rideshare. Rather than simply hit the “navigate” button, your driver insists on using a map. In fact, he has already begun unfolding it to determine the best rush hour route to the airport.
Of course you would be upset — why rely on a static map when real time navigation, complete with dynamic route updates and alerts, is widely available?
But that is exactly the approach taken when only static data is used to confirm digital identity. Change is constant, especially in our digital lives. In this session, Amador Testa and Harshad Agashe share why a competitive edge is granted to companies who invest in robust fraud risk analytics supported by dynamic, precise, and validated data elements.
-Pros and cons of current methods used to confirm digital identity
-An overview of the market landscape and trends driving change
-How dynamic data and analytics can boost efficiency and revenue.
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