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Pulse | Webinar

All Mixed Up: STIR/SHAKEN in the Contact Center


October 13, 2022 @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm EST
Sam Espinosa + Nicole Culver

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Pulse | Blog

STIR/SHAKEN Is Not Call Authentication


September 13, 2022

In June of 2021, an FCC mandate went into effect requiring voice service providers to implement STIR/SHAKEN protocols but the objective of STIR/SHAKEN has proved difficult to achieve. Learn why businesses and call centers can't rely on STIR/SHAKEN as their sole source for authenticating inbound calls.

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Pulse | Report

Measuring STIR/SHAKEN Attestationsvs. Pindrop® Technology for Contact Centers


Pindrop monitored over 260 million calls between April 2021 and June 2022, producing stunning insights that include how only 35% of calls were delivered with any Attestation at all, spoofed calls were given an Attestation A by carriers on numerous occasions, and hundreds of thousands of calls given an Attestation C were cleared for step-down authentication by PindropⓇ technology.

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Pulse | Blog

The ROI of Pindrop - It's Time to Rethink the Value of Customer Experience


February 23, 2022

Pindrop delivers a 171% ROI by automating antiquated fraud detection and authentication systems and by balancing superior customer experience with a more robust security posture

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Pulse | Blog

Social Engineers Bypass Two-Factor Authentication in High-Profile Gaming Community


February 14, 2022

Pindrop fraud detection is capable of alerting over 80% of fraudulent calls, even social engineering attempts, allowing the customer experience teams to focus on service, not fraud detection.

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Pulse | Blog

Authentication in Today's Digital-First World, Part 3

Internet of Things


February 14, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way people interact with controllers in favor of no-touch systems. In addition to improving safety, voice-first technology also enhances the customer experience by adding convenience to communication since we can speak so much faster than we can type.

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Pulse | Blog

Authentication in Today's Digital-First World, Part 2

Banking & Cash Apps


February 9, 2022

Instead of relying on usernames and passwords, or even multi-factor authentication that uses one-time passcodes (OTPs) sent via SMS, there are more secure alternatives that banks should be investigating. Voice biometric authentication can allow customers to utter just a few syllables and have their identity verified, as speaker recognition systems offer more accurate authentication in less time.

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Pulse | Blog

Authentication in Today's Digital-First World, Part 1

Crypto


February 3, 2022

Take a hard look at your customer’s authentication experience, especially in the context of stressful crypto trading, non-fungible token (NFT) releases, and large transactions that benefit from extra security. You can improve that experience and your bottom line by implementing secure, voice authentication.

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Pulse | Webinar

Why Identity and Security is Key to Successful (aka Cost Reducing) Digital Transformations 

Featuring Forrester


December 15, 2021 @ 11:00 am EST
Mark Horne, Pindrop and Oliwia Berdak, Forrester

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Pulse | Report

The Case for Better Self-Service: Improving Customer Workflows and Preventing Fraud Around the IVR


As practitioners look to improve efficiency and get maximum value for any IVR investment, its impact on work flows and future technology must be considered: What does the customer journey look like when they need to reach the company? Where is the best place for identity and authentication? What are the most effective ways to help customers self-service without having to speak to a call center agent?

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Pulse | Video

Happy Holidays from Vijay, CEO at Pindrop


Vijay, CEO at Pindrop, wishing everyone a happy holidays and recapping 2021.

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Pulse | Blog

What does Digital Transformation Look Like for Contact Centers


November 17, 2021

Evolving to not only provide a seamless pathway to customers across multiple channels but also to integrate the infrastructure, processes and workflows internally to better facilitate this cross-channel engagement led to the digital transformation of the contact centers that seek to transform a legacy, inside-out contact center into a customer-centric, omnichannel, cloud-based business center that is optimized to deliver a positive customer experience, increase revenue and improve operational efficiency.

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