Fingerprint Introduces Smart Signals to fight and prevent fraud

Fingerprint Introduces Smart Signals to fight and prevent fraud

Fingerprint, the world’s most accurate device intelligence platform, today announced the launch of Fingerprint Pro Plus, powered by the company’s latest innovation: Smart  Signals. These new capabilities provide real-time actionable intelligence, backed by Fingerprint’s browser and device identification signals, used by more than 6,000 businesses for fraud prevention and enforcement purposes.

“Smart Signals marks the beginning of an exciting new era for Fingerprint. These signals enable businesses to make intelligent, data-driven decisions based on actionable insights delivered in real time. This allows them to prevent increasingly sophisticated frauds, while providing a positive experience for trusted users, said  Dan Pinto , CEO and co-founder of Fingerprint. Last month alone, Fingerprint found 4.3 million malicious bot cases, 14 million users in incognito mode and 21 million users browsing with a VPN. »

Fraudsters are constantly looking for new ways to conceal their identity, which means the platforms and decision engines companies use to prevent abuse need to be smarter and adapt quickly to changes in browsers and mobile apps. Fingerprint is uniquely qualified to identify these fraudsters through Smart Signals, a set of signals not used in legacy fraud prevention solutions that provide insight into anonymous visitors. Smart Signals are used in conjunction with Fingerprint’s visitor identification capabilities to offer actionable intelligence when a browser has been tampered with or when a VPN is used, for example.

“Fingerprint is an integral part of our workflow, and smart signals make it even more accurate,” said Pierre Roudaut, Senior Engineering Manager, Fraud Division, We are pleased to expand our use of Fingerprint’s solutions to continue to identify fraudulent payments in our system. »

Smart Signals is part of the company’s new offering, Fingerprint Pro Plus, which is designed for organizations that need additional intelligence to understand their anonymous users, identify malicious users and prevent fraud. Signals included include:

VPN detection

  • Detection of bot browsers
  • Browser tampering detection
  • Detection of browsing in incognito mode
  • IP geolocation

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Other smart signals are available in Fingerprint Enterprise, which is designed for businesses that need additional security, support, and enterprise-grade functionality. Signals included include:

  • Matching IP Blocklists
  • Raw Device Attributes
  • Android tampering detection
  • Android emulator detection

“Fingerprint has helped Kadeo prevent fraud,” said Shaun Deans, founder of Kadeo. Thanks to its highly accurate Smart Signals, we were able to accurately identify malicious users on our clients’ sites, without adding additional friction for trusted users. »

Fingerprint’s Device Intelligence Platform includes Identification Signals, Smart Signals, and a rich suite of developer tools. Fingerprint primarily targets industries such as software, fintech, financial institutions, online gaming, e-commerce and transaction processing, serving clients such as risk management and fraud prevention teams. fraud, engineering and product managers in organizations of all sizes.

Fingerprint integrates seamlessly and provides the most accurate device identification (up to 99.5%), powering sophisticated fraud engines to inform the most critical security decisions. Users can now confidently identify human and automated threats with device intelligence that has been fine-tuned to accurately execute billions of requests at scale.

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