Courtney is Fingerprint's resident content marketer, weaving words about emerging digital fraud and the strategies for businesses to prevent it. She comes from a background in B2B SaaS startups and loves a good messaging challenge when solving complex customer pain points. When not navigating the World Wide Web, you can find her reading outside, attempting to get her dog to return her socks, or channeling Ina Garten in the kitchen.
Learn how to improve your online user identification process. We'll discuss the importance of user identification, methods for verifying accounts, and strategies for crafting a secure and private system. Plus, find out how device fingerprinting techniques can help protect your security processes.
With more and more businesses relying on fully digital operations for their organizations, the opportunity to be affected by fraud only increases as companies grow. Let's discuss four of the biggest fraud threats to business in 2023.
Fingerprint supports a wide range of use cases, including the ones mentioned above. To showcase each, we built a new section of our website to help visualize how highly accurate device identification can help common occurrences of online fraud and personalize the user experience.
An NFT, or non-fungible token, is a blockchain-minted digital asset class unique enough to be considered a genuinely individual item in all but the physical capacity. Common types of NFT Scams are spear-phishing marketplaces, spear-phishing specific owners/users, and counterfeit & non-existent NFTs.
Accuracy really is everything when it comes to device identification. Fingerprint Pro maintains a 99.5% accuracy rate, which is the industry’s highest accuracy rate. We discussed how and why in a recent webinar and why our accuracy rates differ between our open-source FingerprintJS browser fingerprinting library and our Fingerprint Pro device identification solution. These are the key takeaways you need to know.