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Breaking Industry News – Friday, May 17, 2019

ThreatMetrix, TSYS detect increasing mobile fraud

Worldwide adoption of mobile technologies is fueling innovative, new mobile fraud vectors, according to recent studies by ThreatMetrix and TSYS. Researchers found increased vigilance among consumers and service providers against pernicious, sophisticated attacks.

The H2 2018 Cybercrime Report, published by ThreatMetrix, a LexisNexis Risk Solutions company, reported a 107 percent increase in attacks on mobile account logins in the second half of 2018. The biannual study was based on 17 billion digital transactions processed on the ThreatMetrix Digital Identity Network, with 61 percent originating on a mobile device.

The 2018 Consumer Payment Study, published by Total Systems Services Inc. (TSYS), found 66 percent of consumers are using their financial institution's mobile app to access banking information.

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The Green SheetOnline Edition – Issue 19:05:01

Conversational commerce: complex, interactive, evolving

By Dale S. Laszig

In a world where anyone anywhere can transact on any device, digital assistants help deliver targeted messages to broadly distributed audiences. While it may seem incongruous to use machines to personalize relationships, chat bots and digital assistants are becoming adept at representing the people and companies they serve. It's not always easy to differentiate between machines and humans on the phone, email or online chat.

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