The newest addition to Ogone’s suite of online payment protection tools, ‘Ogone Fraud Expert’ has been officially launched to provide merchants with a highly secure yet flexible solution to their online fraud protection needs.
In addition to the existing merchant-specific analysis tools, the new product features the latest protection technology including: device fingerprinting, over 20,000 control rules, a database of pooled industry and merchant knowledge as well as the option of outsourcing dubious transactions checks to Ogone’s team of expert fraud consultants.
“All in all, most of our clients’ fraud prevention costs have increased, which means that their margins have been correspondingly hit. Ogone Fraud Exper has been developed in order to provide an answer to these issues by combining precise configuration of historical risk analysis assistance tools, new fraudster identification tools and the outsourcing of the checks to Ogone’s fraud consultants”, explained Filip Gosselé, Ogone’s Product Director.
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