Issuers and merchants rely on the 3-D Secure (3DS) protocol in the fight against “card-not-present” (CNP) fraud. You may recognize brands such as Mastercard SecureCode®, Verified by Visa, American Express SafeKey® and Discover ProtectBuy—all of which are 3DS implementations.
CA Technologies, A Broadcom Company (then Arcot) co-invented 3DS in partnership with Visa in the early 2000s. With continuing development and enhancements, the protocol is known today as EMV® 3-D Secure (EMV® 3DS).
EMV 3DS was defined by EMVCo, a consortium of merchants, banks and payment organizations. Expanding the functionality of the original implementation, EMV 3DS is designed to both reduce fraud and streamline the customer experience, regardless of device.
In this new world of digital transactions, an elegant customer experience and security are no longer mutually exclusive.
Businesses must adjust their digital strategies to incorporate real-time risk analysis and real-time decisions.
Security measures need to align to keep up with the faster, “always-on” world.
We ensure that you know and understand the trustworthiness of every device interacting within your digital channels – mobile app, mobile web, and desktop.
Broadcom EMV 3-D Secure (3DS) is ranked 29th in Fraud Detection and Prevention while InAuth is ranked 21st in Fraud Detection and Prevention. Broadcom EMV 3-D Secure (3DS) is rated 0.0, while InAuth is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Broadcom EMV 3-D Secure (3DS) is most compared with Broadcom Payment Security and Featurespace ARIC Fraud Hub, whereas InAuth is most compared with ThreatMetrix, Accertify Interceptas and iovation FraudForce.
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