Compare Adjust Fraud Prevention vs. IBM Safer Payments

Adjust Fraud Prevention is ranked 31st in Fraud Detection and Prevention while IBM Safer Payments is ranked 11th in Fraud Detection and Prevention. Adjust Fraud Prevention is rated 0, while IBM Safer Payments is rated 0. On the other hand, Adjust Fraud Prevention is most compared with , whereas IBM Safer Payments is most compared with SAS Fraud Management, IBM Trusteer and Featurespace ARIC Fraud Hub.
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When unchecked, ad fraud can derail your entire mobile acquisition strategy by stealing from ad budgets and skewing datasets. Many ad fraud solutions only detect ad fraud and don’t work in real-time, leaving it up to the client to fix their problems with fraud. But with Adjust’s Fraud Prevention Suite, you get comprehensive ad fraud prevention that proactively stops fraud before it happens, so you can focus on what really matters: driving growth.

Adapt faster to changing threats and new products by dramatically shrinking the time it takes to test and deploy new profiles, rules, and models. Using a unique cognitive computing approach, IBM Safer Payments profiles the behavior of any entity and delivers best-fit analytics interactively to fraud professionals. This proven technology is already protecting some of the world's largest and most complex payment portfolios. Outthink fraud by rethinking detection.

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