Account Takeover Fraud , Biometrics , Fraud Management & Cybercrime
Battling ID Fraud With Behavioral BiometricsJavelin's John Buzzard on Spotting Patterns of Fraud
Continuous authentication can play a key role in combating fraud, says John Buzzard, lead fraud and security analyst at Javelin Strategy & Research.
For example, behavioral biometrics can be used as a benchmark to help verify if someone is presenting legitimate documents, he says in a video interview with Information Security Media Group.
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“If you are authenticating some physical documents that are being presented to you and then you are benchmarking and analyzing the customer’s digital behavior when they are with you in a digital banking transaction, that is pretty powerful in understanding some fascinating aspects of their profile,” Buzzard says.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Buzzard also discusses:
- The prevalence of identity fraud;
- The use of behavioral biometrics in tackling ID document fraud;
- Tools organizations can leverage to mitigate ID fraud.
Buzzard, lead fraud and security analyst at Javelin Strategy & Research, is a nationally recognized financial fraud and security expert. He has influenced the card fraud, risk and security services for financial institutions throughout the United States through research, writing white papers, public speaking and consulting. He has more than 20 years of experience within the areas of fraud, security and risk management.