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The Barriers of Customer Verification

To sign up for our daily email newsletter, CLICK HERE. The number of cyber threats is growing on a daily basis, with new attacks happening constantly. You can hardly open a news portal without reading something about a cyber attack or a fraud affecting individuals, businesses, organizations, or even the governments. There are even numerous TV shows covering the subject of cybercrime. The truth is that fraudsters don’t care who their target is as long as they can make a profit. They are even updating their methods constantly and making them more difficult to trace to cause more damage. Fraudsters can find profit just about anywhere, from exploiting businesses or individuals by stealing their money to using cyberattacks to access confidential data, which they then use for further fraudulent actions.
ECONOMY
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aithority.com

SEON Saves Customers $50 Million In Potential Fraud

2021 achievements include Series A funding, new hires and offices, strategic partnership wins, and more. SEON, the fraud fighters, announced significant company achievements and growth in 2021 underscoring the value of fraud prevention. Notable milestones for the company include gaining recognition as the world’s fastest growing fraud prevention company according to Deloitte, securing Series A funding, new partnerships and customers, and the launch of new device fingerprinting solutions.
PUBLIC SAFETY

Actor Kim Seon-ho Will Reportedly Only Focus on ‘Sad Tropics’ Project in 2022 Due to Past Controversy

South Korean actor Kim Seon-ho was in the spotlight of a career-threatening controversy in 2021. The star of the Korean drama Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha faced backlash over an abortion scandal with an ex-girlfriend after a public online post. Kim was removed from most of his TV and upcoming projects after it became widespread news. Sources say the actor will focus solely on Sad Tropics in 2022 following the aftermath of the scandal.
CELEBRITIES
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the-next-tech.com

How does Online Fraud happen when Requesting a Loan?

There isn’t much we can’t do with the internet these days; it affects almost every part of our life. It would be hard to imagine living in a world where we don’t have access to all the benefits it brings to us. It gave us the chance...
EDUCATION
thefintechtimes.com

SEON: Virtual Card Fraud – Protecting Fintechs, Their Users and Their Reputation

The rise of virtual payment cards has given way to extraordinary transformations within the paytech landscape, yet expectedly, it has also introduced smarter attack systems and more ways for consumers to lose their money. In this comprehensive insight for The Fintech Times, Gergo Varga, SEON‘s Senior Content Manager discusses the...
NFL
metroatlantaceo.com

New Research Reveals These States at Most at Risk from Business Fraud

The research, undertaken by anti-fraud experts SEON, has revealed the states with the highest rates of business fraud per 100,000 people. The research used data from the Federal Trade Commission and recorded both the total number of fraud reports in each state as well as the total number of business or corporate fraud cases. It then compared this to population data, giving relative rates of fraud and business fraud in each geographical area, allowing comparisons to be made.
FULTON COUNTY, GA
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Bus Routing Scheduling Software Market Will Grow at a Healthy With Top Key Players – Trapeze Group, Samsara, GIRO, Seon, RouteMatch, Optibus, Goal Systems, Door2door, Trackit, GPS Trackit

This report studies the Bus Routing Scheduling Software Market with many aspects of the industry like the market size, market status, market trends and forecast, the report also provides brief information of the competitors and the specific growth opportunities with key market drivers. Find the complete Bus Routing Scheduling Software Market analysis segmented by companies, region, type and applications in the report.
MARKETS
allkpop.com

Insiders say that Kim Seon Ho will be declining all new projects in 2022 once he finishes his film 'Sad Tropics'

According to insiders, actor Kim Seon Ho has decided to decline all new projects in 2022. After becoming wrapped up in a controversy related to his personal life last year, Kim Seon Ho departed from all of his projects except for the film 'Sad Tropics', for which he was cast as the male lead. As filming for the movie was scheduled to begin in winter of 2021, the sudden loss of its male lead would have proved severely damaging for film's production team, and thus, Kim Seon Ho agreed to remain on the cast. The production then kicked off filming in December and is currently busily under way.
MOVIES
tellerreport.com

Kim Seon-hyung, 'Winning Shot' with 1.4 seconds left... SK 3 wins in a row

SK, second in professional basketball, beat Hyundai Mobis with a dramatic comeback goal from Kim Seon-hyeong, which came 1.4 seconds before the end of the game, and ran for three straight wins. The seesaw game continued until the third quarter. SK's Jun-yong Choi puts in a dunk shot, and Hyundai...
SPORTS
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EUL SEON GOO

Eul Seon Goo, age 84, beloved wife of the late Sam Ho Choi, died on Monday, Jan. 3, 2022, at her residence. Eul was born and raised in South Korea. She was a great leader for her children and will be remembered as a very loving mother and grandmother. She...
SUMTER, SC
e-commercenews.asia

6 significant changes to online fraud we saw in 2021

After a busy year in the cybersecurity and online fraud prevention space, the co-founders of SEON Fraud Prevention weigh in on the top trends that changed fraud in 2021. They say overall cybercrime is on the rise, with attacks becoming more complex and impactful, and that the situation isn't helped by the fact that many people now work remotely. This new reality has created several additional vulnerabilities within online operations, which they say cybercriminals are only too happy to exploit.
PUBLIC SAFETY
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