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Mastercard Identity Check

Mastercard Identity Check Helps…but Only Offers Partial Protection

Online shopping has seen unprecedented growth over the last few years.  So has online fraud. In fact, Mastercard studies show that the global chargeback volume is expected to hit 615 million in 2021.

3-D Secure 2.0

3-D Secure 2.0

Using 3-D Secure? Here’s Why You Should Upgrade to Version 2.0 or Later

eCommerce fraud has become an increasingly serious threat as consumers continue to migrate to online shopping. Mastercard studies show that global chargeback volume is expected to hit 615 million in 2021,

3-D Secure

3-D Secure

3-D Secure: Card Authentication & Fraud Protection for Merchants

What do Verified by Visa, Mastercard SecureCode, and American Express SafeKey have in common? They’re all fraud protection tools based on a technology called 3-D Secure (often shortened to just 3DS).

Verified by Visa

Verified by Visa

Can Merchants Count on "Verified by Visa" to Stop Online Fraud?

Visa is the largest banking card company in the US. As of June 2018, Visa had an annual processing volume of $11 trillion,

Strong Customer Authentication SCA

Strong Customer Authentication (SCA)

Strong Customer Authentication: What You Need to Know About SCA in 2021

Strong customer authentication, or SCA, is not simply a description of verification standards. Under the Revised Payment Services Directive (PSD2), SCA is now a law in the European market.

Address Verification Service AVS

Address Verification Service

How Does Using Address Verification Service Help Prevent Fraud?

Address Verification Service, or AVS, is one of the most widely used payment card fraud prevention tools in the US. There’s a good reason this;

3DS Program Updates

3DS Program Updates

Card Networks are Sunsetting Older Versions of 3-D Secure. Here’s Why.

As we explained in our main article on the topic, 3-D Secure technology (often shortened to just 3DS) is an XML-based protocol, designed to help block fraudulent card use online.

Online Fraud Detection

Online Fraud Detection

What’s the Best Online Fraud Detection Approach for Merchants?

Fraud is a serious problem in the eCommerce space. Online fraud detection is a critical process if you’re going to retain revenue, protect your reputation,

Mastercard SecureCode

Mastercard SecureCode

How to Prevent Fraud & Chargebacks With Mastercard SecureCode

Mastercard SecureCode serves as an extra layer of protection designed to defend cardholders—and merchants—against the growing threat of fraudulent activity. This global solution makes it harder for a person to use a Mastercard credit or debit card without valid authentication.

Tokenization

Tokenization

Using Tokenization to Keep Cardholder Data Safe

Payment card tokenization is an increasingly popular tool merchant can use to help prevent fraud and eliminate other vulnerabilities.
Electronic transactions provide fraudsters more and more global opportunities to make invalid purchases using stolen information.

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