3 ways to modernize identity proofing

Published: December 7, 2017 by Guest Contributor

Traditional verification and validation parameters alone are not enough to stop identity fraud. Fortunately, there are many emerging trends and best practices for modern fraud and identity strategies:

  • Applying right-sized fraud and identity proofing solutions to reduce user friction and manage fraud risk appropriately.
  • Maintaining a universal user view by employing diverse breadth and depth of data assets and applied analytics.
  • Expanding the user view through a blended ecosystem by collaborating with vendors, peer agencies, and partners in identity and fraud management.

The future of identity proofing is more than just verifying individual identities. Check out our tip sheet linked below for more strategies.

Modernize your fraud and identity strategies>

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