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Welcoming the Conversational Economy | Securing the Voice Channel

In our latest study, 500 IT and business leaders across the US, France, Germany, and the UK were surveyed to find 85 percent of businesses expect to use voice technology in the next year despite significant security fears. Coming together to create a “Conversational Economy,” 28 percent of businesses currently communicate with customers via voice technology including Microsoft’s Cortana and…
April 30, 2018
Pindrop for Amazon Connect | Averting Fraudsters and Improving CX
Fraudsters know the call center is not as well-defended as other potential avenues in most enterprises. As network and endpoint security technology has evolved over…
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June 5, 2018
Bank of the West | Machine Learning & Customer Experience
Legacy authentication methods like knowledge based authentication questions (KBAs), ANI verification, and stand-alone voice biometrics are often ineffective, inefficient, and lengthen call handle time. To stay ahead, organizations are utilizing innovation – and Pindrop is here to help. Bank of the West is Pindrop’s latest partner in the fight against fraud within the phone channel. Focused on its award-winning relationship…
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April 5, 2018
RSA | Security, Voice, and the Anatomy of Fraud
Known as a venue for exchanging ideas, networking, and learning about the latest security trends, the RSA Conference will take place from April 16 – 19 in…
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March 21, 2018
Synthetic Voice |​​ Fraudsters Have Your Data — And Your Voice​
We have reached peak data breach — the number of data breaches and the sensitivity of the information exposed is massive and growing. Unprecedented amounts…
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March 14, 2018
Voice Bio, Deep Neural Networks, and the Search for a Seamless Customer Experience
Opus Research and Pindrop Discuss the Future of Voice The trial period of voice biometrics is over — the proof points surrounding voice biometrics have…
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May 23, 2018
Call Center Fraudsters | Voice Morphing, Social Engineering, and the Need for Authentication
As technology advances, fraudsters use different, constantly evolving techniques that include exploiting the phone channel. With increasingly sophisticated attacks, fraudsters maneuver around authentication and security measures to access sensitive information that helps them take over accounts. This evolving criminal strategy is part of a $14 billion call center problem. From January 2016 to August 2017, call centers have experienced a…
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February 28, 2018
Authenticating Customers & Identifying Fraudsters
By Ann-Marie Stagg, Chief Executive of the Call Centre Management Association The world is becoming increasingly intertwined with technology, creating challenges within call centre authentication…
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February 16, 2018
Voice Aging in the Call Center | Can You Recognize Your Customers?
Voice biometric security is designed to recognize your customers and provide a frictionless experience, but what happens if your customers only call your business once…
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January 30, 2018
Effortless Engagements in the Call Center
Eating healthier, exercising more, managing money better — these common New Year’s resolutions top the list for most of us, right? Similarly, while key performance…
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January 25, 2018
Introducing Groundbreaking Pindrop® Passport: Deep Voice™ Biometrics, Toneprinting™ Technology, and Phoneprinting™ Technology
Today’s Authentication Challenges Enterprises’ reliance on knowledge based authentication questions (KBAs), stand-alone voice biometrics, and other legacy authentication solutions have compromised customer experience by extending…
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January 10, 2018
Top Blogs of 2017: Fraudsters, Data Breaches, and All Things Voice
Last year, the phone channel experienced a variety of advancements and setbacks, from an additional spike in call center fraud to the discovery of mass…
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February 23, 2018
Pindrop® Passport | Authentication 101
It is obvious that fraudsters’ sophistication is evolving, surpassing security measures toward a single end goal — financial gain. Worse, consumers are unaware of the effects of social media, with 61% admitting to sharing answers to security questions over their online profiles. This percentage rises to 80% for 18-24 year olds, making them beyond easy targets to fraudsters. Additionally, personal…
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PSCU and Pindrop Block $1 Million in Fraud in One Month