Digital Insight, an NCR company and leader in digital banking solutions, announced it has entered into a reseller agreement with Guardian Analytics, a leader in banking security solutions that detect fraudulent online and mobile activity and unauthorized transactions.
Under the terms of the agreement, Digital Insight will deliver anomaly detection services to financial institutions, strengthening the security and reducing the risk of online and mobile banking services for retail and small business clients.
Digital Insight customers will now have access to best-in-class behavioral analytics solutions – FraudMAP Online, FraudMAP Mobile, and FraudMAP Small Business Payments – that proactively monitor all online and mobile accounts and detect account takeover, account reconnaissance and suspicious transactions.
With the Guardian Analytics and Digital Insight relationship, financial institutions have a single provider for online and mobile banking capabilities and solutions to help protect them. With the joint offering, financial institutions of all sizes can:
- Add additional products with confidence that accounts will be protected
- Reduce risk of potential fraud losses through early detection
- Encourage customers to use additional desktop or mobile devices knowing accounts are continuously monitored
- Enhance service and build client trust
- Directly address the Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council (FFIEC) minimum layered security expectations for anomaly detection
“We are dedicated to providing our financial institution customers with the best solutions to ensure security and help prevent fraud for their customers,” said Kimberly Prieto, business development leader at Digital Insight. “By adding these monitoring services from Guardian Analytics, we create greater value for financial institutions as they look to enhance their digital banking solutions and to help create a secure experience for their end users.”
“As cyber criminals increase the scope and sophistication of their attacks, financial institutions must continually improve their security capabilities,”ove their security capabilities,” said Craig Priess, founder and vice president of products and services for Guardian Analytics. “Digital Insight has just made a major commitment to their customers by expanding access to our proven fraud prevention solutions, helping the industry raise its game in combating global fraud risks.”