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Prevent account takeover

Prevent end-user account compromise and unauthorized access with two-factor authentication and customer identity data.

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

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 that leaves consumer accounts vulnerable to takeover. Online businesses that require users to enter login or registration credentials have a responsibility to protect accounts.

ATO Attacks Result In:


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Revenue Loss & Costly Chargebacks

Reduced Customer Engagement

Brand Damage & Clean-up Costs

User abandonment

Proactively Identify Account Takeovers

From login to logout, accounts can be continuously secured from compromise with minimal user disruption. Even if a hacker is in possession of a users’ correct account credentials, two-factor authentication (2FA) can prevent unauthorized account access and activity.

CHALLENGE SUSPICIOUS ACCOUNT ACTIVITY:
  • Login attempts from a new location, device or browser
  • Password resets
  • High-value transactions
  • Changes to account