ThreatMetrix now helps secure online casinos, by providing frictionless context-based authentication.
ThreatMetrix, the largest trusted network of shared intelligence, has announced its entry into the online gaming world as a registered vendor with the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement. ThreatMetrix is perfectly suited for the gaming industry's needs; it provides real-time security and advanced fraud prevention using their sophisticated Global Trust Intelligence Network.
“ThreatMetrix is uniquely positioned to serve the online gaming market by providing frictionless context-based authentication to protect against cybercrime risks both online and via mobile devices,” commented Andy Swett, Director of Business Development at ThreatMetrix. “Our solution enables Atlantic City casinos to provide a safe, reliable outlet for online gaming while offering an unmatched customer experience free of inconvenient authentication barriers.”
Global Trust Intelligence Network
The ThreatMetrix Global Trust Intelligence Network is based on the analyzation of tens of millions of user profiles daily, which are stored anonymously using big data principles. The, further using big data analytics, the Network can detect fraud and other threats in individual transactions. And all of this is done in real-time, making its output efficient and invaluable.
The Network processes and analyzes more than 160 million active user accounts and 10,000 websites.
ThreatMetrix uses Trust Tags as an essential element within their Network. Trust Tags are digital labels that come along with a variety of benefits, including:
- Improved fraud-related intelligence
- Increased revenue resulting from more confident transaction approval
- Increased efficiency, and fewer manual reviews when evaluating transactions
Online Gaming Threats
In online gaming, the biggest threats facing casinos are payment fraud and account takeover. ThreatMetrix is able to authorize legitimate transactions and flag potential threats, alerting the casinos to suspicious activities.
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