Veriff has announced new anti-fraud services that build on its selfie-based identity verification technology to offer enhanced protection to businesses and other organizations.
One of the new packages, “Fraud Protect”, has a feature that analyzes fraud patterns across Veriff’s customer network to catch repeat offenders, and offers access to Veriff’s in-house fraud experts. The other package, “Fraud Intelligence”, adds a risk scoring system for IDV sessions, and a tool enabling organizations to import their own blacklists of banned customers and users.
“Organizations are faced with an evolving landscape of fraud risks that threaten their business, communities, compliance efforts, and brand reputation,” said Veriff’s Senior Director of Fraud Prevention & Experience, David Divitt. “They cannot afford to let their fraud prevention solutions grow stale, and must regularly assess and update them to stay a step ahead of the fraudsters. We’ve created powerful fraud mitigation solutions to root out identity fraud and help our customers keep their businesses safe.”
In addition to these packages, Veriff has been actively expanding its portfolio in the biometrics and identity technology sectors. Recent updates include the release of an optimized identity verification platform for the HR industry, improvements to its Face Match identity verification offering, and the launch of a Biometric Authentication offering geared more toward account logins than new user onboarding.
October 3, 2023 – by the FindBiometrics Editorial Team