Online Identity Study: Why is fraud becoming harder to spot?

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Philipp Pointner, Chief of Digital Identity and Loryll DeNamur, Director Corporate Marketing - Jumio

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New global research from Jumio reveals disconnect between consumer awareness of generative AI and deepfakes and the risk these technologies pose to online security. In this webinar, we will review key findings from the Jumio 2023 Online Identity Study, highlight key differences in fraud risks between industry sectors, and countries around the world, and highlight how organizations can better protect and reassure consumers on their online identity concerns.
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Jumio helps organizations to know and trust their customers online. From account opening to ongoing monitoring, the Jumio Platform provides advanced risk signals, identity proofing and compliance solutions that help you accurately establish, maintain and reassert trust. Leveraging advanced technology including automation, biometrics, AI/machine learning, liveness detection and no-code orchestration with hundreds of data sources, Jumio helps organizations fight fraud and financial crime, onboard good customers faster and meet regulatory compliance including KYC and AML. Jumio has processed more than 1 billion transactions spanning over 200 countries and territories from real-time web and mobile transactions. Based in Sunnyvale, Jumio operates globally with offices in North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East and has been the recipient of numerous awards for innovation. Jumio is backed by Centana Growth Partners, Great Hill Partners and Millennium Technology Value Partners. For more information, please visit jumio.com.