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Account takeover fraud

Comprehensive protection for every account

From login to logout, adopt a proactive, multilayered approach to detect suspicious behavior and prevent end-user account compromise. Stop unauthorized access with multifactor authentication, customer identity data, and dynamic risk signals.

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Account takeover (ATO) continues to be a growing problem for web & mobile app businesses

ATO fraud is getting more sophisticated, with fraudsters rapidly evolving their tactics. ATO attacks increased 307% between 2019 and 2021, with losses totaling $11.4B in 2021.

ATO is fueled by the increase in daily massive data breaches, social engineering, phishing, and brute force attacks. Hackers gain access to personally identifiable information (PII), which leaves consumer accounts vulnerable to takeover.

The threat of ATO is more prevalent than ever, and will result in loss of business if not kept top of mind when building out your fraud prevention technology stack.

ATO attacks can result in:

  • Identity theft
  • Revenue loss and costly chargebacks
  • Reduced customer engagement
  • Brand damage and clean-up costs
  • User abandonment

Proactively detect account takeovers

Unlock critical ATO risk signals and instantly detect if a phone number has been SIM-swapped, ported, or call forwarded. Flag and block suspicious behavior to keep your customers and their accounts safe.

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Challenge suspicious activity, such as:

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Login attempts from a new location, device or browser

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Password resets

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High-value transactions

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Changes to account details or personal information

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