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Preventing Hotel Fraud: An Increasingly Digital World Presents New Challenges And Need For Solutions
Published by: HotelInteractive.com
By Jeff Wixted
Digitally savvy consumers are looking to migrate many traditionally offline tasks to digital channels which offer more flexibility, control and convenience. These mobile-first customers are always seeking ways to digitize additional aspects of their lives and are the force behind many powerful market trends and innovations—such as buying online picking up in store, order-ahead restaurant apps and even allowing for remote access to their homes for deliveries.
Attacks by cybercriminals are an ever-present consideration for airlines. There is no “silver bullet”, but carriers can take steps to reduce their exposure and keep up with the rapidly changing landscape, writes Lisa Rankin, vice-president of partnerships at Accertify.
By Paul Mangino, VP of Client Success
By Nicole Carlino
Data breaches and security challenges have long been issues that the hotel industry has had to deal with. But with mobile check-in and other industry trends, this landscape is evolving—and that’s something hotel managers need to understand.
by Laura Pourinski
Fraudsters seem to be everywhere these days, from the financial services sector to the travel industry to electronics. With so many risks out there, how do companies keep their consumers and employees safe from automated attacks? Accertify prides itself on being a one-stop shop for fraud management.
March 19, 2018
by Jeff Wixted
Global sporting events bring business opportunities for merchants and banks across the world. But with any major revenue opportunity, the increased risk of fraud isn’t far behind.
March 5, 2018
by Michael Mallon
Prioritize the chargebacks that are winnable. And reduce refund demands by offering clear returns policies and a name on credit card bills shoppers will recognize.
January 13, 2018
by Jo Craven McGinty
Hundreds of millions of dollars of credit-card charges are reversed each year, and the peak period occurs in the weeks after Christmas.