In the Media
See Julie Fergerson's interview after winning Security Champion of the Year at the Women in IT Awards 2019.
by Keith Briscoe, Chief Marketing & Product Officer, Ethoca
As seen in the Web Fraud Prevention, Identity Verification & Authentication Guide 2018-2019. The Guide covers some of the security challenges encountered in the ecommerce and banking, and financial services ecosystems. Moreover, it provides payment and fraud and risk management professionals with a series of insightful perspectives on key aspects, such as fraud management, identity verification, online authentication, and regulation.
In this conversation with Keith Briscoe (Chief Marketing and Product officer at Ethoca), Glenbrook Partners talk about the chargeback problem, hear some truly astounding chargeback stories (hackers aren’t the only fraudsters), and discuss Ethoca’s role in this space.
Ethoca's Keith Briscoe talks with Medici at Money 20/20 USA 2018.
Featuring Ethoca's Trevor Clarke and a panel of experts, this discussion takes a deep dive into the tools, technology and best practices agents can leverage to fight fraud and protect their businesses.
In this webinar, Ethoca's Keith Briscoe and Julie Fergerson explain how collaboration networks operate and outline the many benefits for airlines and travel agencies.
Over the course of 2018, Capital One has expanded its suite of digital tools to help quickly detect fraud and empower customers. These tools include Ethoca Eliminator
Julie Fergerson, Senior Vice President of Industry Solutions for Ethoca, discusses how fraud has evolved since the early days of the Merchant Risk Council, of which she was a founding member. She also discusses the threat that so-called "friendly" fraud poses to merchants, and provides some tips that retailers can apply to reduce friendly fraud.
Ethoca’s Keith Briscoe speaks on-camera with AFP, discussing the benefits of a layered approach to fighting friendly fraud and false declines.
As seen in PYMNTS.com
Skillful criminals know how to use crowds — just ask anyone who has been pickpocketed in a subway station. Now that principle applies to Europe’s General Data Protection (GDPR) – at least according to one report.