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Speech Analytics: Debunking the Myths

Like the urban legends that lurk ceaselessly on the Internet, every industry has its own share of myths that seem to take on a life of their own.  Even in the contact center industry we have our share of myths, misunderstandings and mix-ups. Unfortunately, we don’t have our own version of Snopes to check on […]

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Stop Online Fraudsters in their Tracks with Voice Biometrics

Did you know contact centers are becoming an increasing part of the online fraud life cycle? Since the rollout of “chip-and-pin” cards, fraudsters are devoting more time to online card not present (CNP) attacks. This includes exploiting the contact center for access to account information. However, there is a promising new defense against this increased […]

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Augmenting the Contact Center with Voice Biometrics

While many enterprises may have secured and locked down their online channels quite effectively, many have not addressed the vulnerability of the phone channel to fraud. Don’t be a sitting duck! Voice biometrics can help you detect fraudsters and verify legitimate customers by their voice during live calls. The benefits of voice biometrics for the […]

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Engage 2016: Advance Registration Ends Shortly

We’re less than two weeks away from the annual Verint Global Customer Conference! Advance registration closes Wednesday, June 15—so you have just a few more hours to register at the standard rate. Onsite registration will also be available. Verint Engage 2016 in Chicago is all about helping you and your organization learn, grow your success, […]

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Verint Speakers: Keeping Customers Loyal and Employees Engaged

Putting the Customer First into Your Quality Efforts June 7; CRMXchange Virtual Conference Verint’s Donna Denehy, leader, global contact center and insurance business strategy team, is participating in this virtual conference with CRMXchange at noon EDT. Attendees will learn how the process of quality is evolving and how companies are modifying their training, coaching and […]

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The Game of Authentication and Fraud Detection

Balancing information security with consumer demands for speed is an increasing and rather daunting challenge. While the need to provide fast service is real—and customer loyalty may depend on it—identity theft is on the rise and must be addressed. How do organizations balance the two? Recently I spoke with Contact Centres about how voice biometrics […]

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Verint Speakers: Customer Service and Reshaping the Bank Branch

Engage: Asia Pacific Verint Customer Conference May 25-26; Sydney, Australia Verint executives and subject matter experts from around the world will be speaking on such topics as customer engagement optimization, customer analytics, fraud and identity analytics, engagement management, workforce optimization and more. Combined with customer presentations and demonstrations, attendees are set to gain expertise, insights […]

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Tech Neglect: The Cost of Doing Nothing

Like many other industries driven by technology, the security industry is seeing an enormous amount of change. From technology innovation to the growing sophistication of criminal activity, organizations in both the public and private sector are looking for ways to address a growing number of threats.   Additionally, the rapid pace of this change is […]

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Using Voice Biometrics in the Call Center to Combat Digital Fraud

The rollout of chip-and-PIN cards is designed to help prevent counterfeit acts associated with credit card fraud and theft. Even still, online fraudulent purchases, a.k.a. “card not present” (CNP) fraud, remains a significant issue. For example, the market has seen chip-and-PIN adoption in the U.K. and Australia / New Zealand be followed by a sharp […]

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Fraudsters Are Adapting to Chip & Pin Cards—Are You Adapting to Fraudsters?

With the convenience of online transactions comes the serious inconvenience of credit card fraud. This has led financial organizations to increasingly focus on ways to mitigate the rise in fraudster activity. Banks and online merchants should be aware that while the present transition to “chip and pin” in the United States will likely help reduce […]

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