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A SIM swap - also known as SIM porting - is not inherently fraudulent. Telecom providers created this process so that consumers could easily move an existing phone number to a new SIM card. This is helpful in cases where consumers are upgrading to a new phone or..

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Strong Customer authentication is a change to how payment transactions are approved - this is a requirement from the EU to reduce the volume of fraudulent activity and increase the security of payments.

At its core, it's made up of three factors, out of which two..

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Smartphones have become an integral component of our personal and professional lives, allowing individuals and businesses to accomplish all manner of things never before possible. As we have become increasingly dependent on these devices, we have shared more of..

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Strong Customer authentication is a change to how payment transactions are approved - this is a requirement from the EU to reduce the volume of fraudulent activity and increase the security of payments.

At its core, it's made up of three factors, out of which two..

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With mobile devices being the hottest fraud target, SIM swapping is becoming an increasing concern for banking and payment service providers. The nature of the fraud often puts banks at a position where they are not able to act immediately in case of a..

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PSD2, otherwise known as the Second Payment Services Directive, is an EU Directive that applies to all member states and anyone in the European Economic Area (EEA). It is designed to strengthen regulation and consumer protection from payment service providers (PSPs)

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