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Secure Authentication the FFIEC Way - How Pindrop Can Help


July 26, 2022

The main problem financial institutions face is not simply authentication and layered security. The real problem is a lack of unity and consistency coupled with the challenge to manage the complexity of securing multiple users across diverse environments. Enter the FFIEC.

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The 2022 Pindrop Voice Intelligence & Security Report


Understand how bad actors rely on certain authentication methods to commit fraud so that you can open worlds for the right person.

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A Journey Towards 171% ROI

Building a Business Case for Investment in Pindrop Platforms Through TEI Study of Pindrop


August 18, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST
Jay Hart & Guest Speaker Alex Parsons

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"Free": The True Cost of Knowledge Based Authentication Questions


October 19, 2021

Despite the customer dissatisfaction, delays, longer wait times, and ongoing data breaches, KBAs do continue to persist and are still one of the more prevalent forms of consumer identity and verification. Why is this so? What are companies losing out on by sticking to KBAs? How much value can be unlocked by removing KBAs from the ID&V process?

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Deepfake: The New Fraud Tool On The Block?


October 5, 2021

Deepfakes are generative media in which a person in an existing image or video is replaced with someone else's likeness. Deepfakes leverage powerful techniques from machine learning and artificial intelligence to manipulate or generate visual and audio content with a high potential to deceive.

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Things You Can Do To Improve Your Contact Center's CX


August 24, 2021

A call center generally deals with thousands of callers on any given day, so adding a personalized touch in every call might at first seem like a daunting task. But, it is crucial to avoid the discouraging sound of indifference in an automated menu or in an agent’s voice.

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The Caller Authentication Guide for 2021 and Beyond


July 1, 2021

Applying the right caller authentication practices will improve your customers’ experience, increase your performance in customer experience metrics and give a boost to your brand’s power and the overall loyalty around it.

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The Contact Center's Guide to Account Risk


August 9, 2021

Taking an account centric approach takes the fight against fraud to another “front”. Account risk allows you to see which accounts are at risk, building on the knowledge of fraudsters using the phone channel to extract information and take over accounts.

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How to Make KBA's Work for Your Contact Center


August 17, 2021

Regardless of the authentication needs of any particular call, the use of KBA to satisfy them will result in added time and cost that could be avoided by using Passive authentication methods instead.

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Knowledge-Based Authentication (KBA) is on the Outs, But Remain Useful


August 1, 2021

It may be premature to fully cancel KBA but necessary to recognize that KBA’s role has been relegated from the featured authentication tool to a complementary method.

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Colonel Mustard in the Contact Center, with a Cell Phone!


July 1, 2021

Pindrop now adds another dimension to fraud detection intelligence and can provide not only a risk score on inbound calls in real time with call risk but also a score on accounts that show signs of risks, not just from the contact center, but can incorporate intelligence from around the organization to provide another vector of fraud detection intelligence.

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Account Risk Adds a New Dimension to Fight Fraud


July 1, 2021

Pindrop Protect can help monitor accounts to provide intelligence on the “who” or which account is at-risk from fraudster attack. This second vector analyzes which accounts fraudsters are targeting and provide a score based on likelihood of fraudulent activity we call account risk.

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