Fintech & Finance
Integrating Location Data Into
Sub-Merchant Onboarding Processes to Stop Fraud
Every online fraudster hides their real location. As a Merchant Acquirer, Payment Facilitator or ISO, integrating accurate, authentic and unaltered location data into your onboarding process can detect and stop fraudulent sub-merchants before they can even start. It’s easy, learn more by downloading our free white paper.
FATF Puts Digital Fraud
on the Map
The rise of digital transactions is driving the requirement for advanced digital identity verification to combat money laundering, terrorist financing, fraud and other threats. FATF’s new Guidance highlights how all financial entities should utilize accurate geolocation data in establishing and authenticating a customer’s true digital identity. Read more in our whitepaper.
Geolocation for Cryptocurrency
Exchanges and ICO Markets
For cryptocurrency exchanges or companies engaged in ICOs, geolocation compliance is necessary for both KYC and AML. Download this white paper to learn how to stay onside with current and pending legislation and limit potential liability caused by geolocation fraud.
Hijacked Residential IPs – A New Threat
to Studios, OTTs and Rightsholders
This white paper explains how millions of users who downloaded “free” VPN software to bypass territorial content restrictions while staying at home during COVID-19 have unwittingly had their residential IPs hijacked by these VPN providers (through the terms of service) and then sold to the highest bidder – usually other VPNs who then sell these residential IPs as a premium priced option to by-pass existing VPN detection.
GeoGuard's Solution Tested
Accurate VPN detection is critical for rightsholders and premium OTT providers to protect their valuable content against geolocation fraud and geo-piracy. Check out the latest 3rd party testing report on the effectiveness of GeoGuard against the 10 most popular VPNs.
Dealing With EU Travel Portability
and the Digital Single Market
The new EU Content Portability rules oblige OTT broadcasters to change their geofencing rules to allow for conditional roaming access for EU subscribers within the EU. NScreenMedia’s white paper analyses the incoming EU cross-border portability measures and presents the likely impacts for the OTT industry.