“Any payment fraud is a threat to the health of your business. Lost revenue, customers and trust can hurt your brand’s reputation and earnings. Our team is committed to helping keep payment data safe and secure whether your customers shop online, in person, or via a mobile device.”

– From the e-book

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Learn how to combat payment fraud and improve payment security.

Our new e-book, Transactional security for payment systems, will show you:

  • How payment fraud has evolved and why
  • The common types of payment fraud
  • The average cost of a data breach
  • Methods that can help prevent data from being stolen
  • How authentication validates transactions

 

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  1. 2022 AFP® Payments Fraud Control Report

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