A lot of times a company may have no insight into the device that is used to create a new account,” said Mike Lynch, chief of strategy for InAuth. The Boston-based security company’s InExchange, which released this week, is an opt-in subscription service in which companies share information that’s tied to a device’s digital ID, creating what InAuth calls a “reputation” for that device.
InAuth, the leading, global provider of solutions that help businesses limit risk, reduce fraud, and enhance authentication within their fastest-growing digital channels, announced today at Money2020 the launch of its new fraud-prevention network, InExchange.
InAuth, the leading, global provider of solutions that help businesses limit risk, reduce fraud, and enhance authentication within their fastest-growing digital channels, today announced that it has been honored as a FinTech Forward Company to Watch by American Banker and BAI.
InAuth, leading, global provider of authentication and fraud prevention solutions, today was awarded “Excellence in Providing Mobile-First Products For Authentication” by Corporate LiveWire’s 2015 FinTech Excellence Awards.
In a recent Payments Source article, InAuth CEO, Lisa Stanton, explains why major payments trends will bring device identification technology to the forefront. Here is an excerpt from the article: The mobile security company hopes the fraud migration to digital transactions such as mobile payments expected to accompany the U.S. EMV migration, and the move to allow larger transactions on […]
InAuth was recently featured in the Business Reporter’s Fraud Prevention Report in an article discussing the need for advanced mobile security while building frictionless environments. Here is an excerpt from the article: Mobile is the most-used banking channel in 13 of 22 countries and accounts for around 30 percent of all interactions worldwide. m-Commerce has soared […]
InAuth CEO, Lisa Stanton, recently gave an interview with the Irish Tech News to discuss how experiential design will help achieve secure transactions. Here is an excerpt from the interview: Every industry we look at right now is focused on mobile-first, a big step change from a few years ago. The mobile revolution is in […]
BOSTON – InAuth, the leading provider of mobile fraud prevention and mobile application security, today announced that it has hired information security and financial services industry veteran Michael Lynch as its first Chief Strategy Officer. Lynch was previously head of Digital Banking Authentication Strategy and Consumer Protection at Bank of America.
A $20 million Series A funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures was announced today. The investment comes after a year of record growth, where the company added four of the five largest US banks as customers. BCV managing director Ben Nye will join the InAuth board.
InAuth Inc. today announced that its technology has been added to another financial institution’s engineering lab.
The ongoing expansion of the InAuth family is part of the company’s continued success to benefit customers by focusing on adopting mobile security standards by InAuth.