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Easy Solutions Named a Strong Performer in Risk-Based Authentication Report by Independent Research Firm

Easy Solutions, the Total Fraud Protection company and a Cyxtera Business, is pleased to announce that it has been named as a “Strong Performer” in The Forrester Wave™: Risk-Based Authentication, Q3 2017 report, Forrester Research, Inc., July 17, 2017. The eight vendors included have “a thought-leading RBA portfolio of products and services”, and are scored on a clearly defined scale, based on 32 criteria, covering current offering, strategy, and market presence. Easy Solutions was the Top Ranked company in the customer satisfaction and reporting criteria, and was the second highest rated company in the current offering category.

According to the report, “Forrester estimates that ATO (account takeover) causes at least $6.5 billion to $7 billion in annual losses” across multiple verticals. “Firms also face loss of intellectual property (IP) and breaches of sensitive data as a result of ATO. RBA (Risk-based Authentication) plays an important role in the identity and access management (IAM) and risk mitigation of ATO across a variety of user populations.”

“We are extremely pleased to be named by Forrester as a Strong Performer in this rapidly changing environment. We offer arguably the best solution targeted to the financial sector,” said Ricardo Villadiego, CEO of Easy Solutions. “As account takeover becomes an increasing challenge for organizations, and fraudsters use compromised accounts to also steal IP and other sensitive data, we are constantly innovating to ensure that our risk-based, multi-factor authentication offering provides customers a state of the art solution for dealing with today’s most sophisticated fraud schemes. We believe this recognition reflects our ongoing commitment to staying ahead of the curve with our Total Fraud Protection platform, helping organizations secure sites and native mobile applications while reducing fraud, improving customers’ and employees’ ease of use, and minimizing administrative, investigative, and compliance-related labor so they can focus on growing their business.”

The report specifically noted that Easy Solutions “offers well-documented supervised machine learning algorithms, capable IP and device fingerprint blacklist management and rule scoping, and what-if policy testing.” It further noted that Easy Solutions “will: 1) introduce a risk orchestration layer aimed at specific transactions; 2) integrate contextual data from its own digital threat monitoring suite; and 3) expand its framework to integrate new machine learning models.”

A full copy of the Forrester Wave: Risk-Based Authentication can be found at https://www.easysol.net/forrester-risk-based-authentication.

ABOUT EASY SOLUTIONS

Easy Solutions®, a Cyxtera Business, is a security provider focused on the comprehensive detection and prevention of electronic fraud across all devices, channels and clouds. Our products range from digital threat protection and secure browsing to multi-factor authentication and transaction anomaly detection, offering a one-stop shop for end-to-end fraud protection. The online activities of over 115 million customers at 430 leading financial services companies, security firms, retailers, airlines and other entities in the US and abroad are protected by Easy Solutions Total Fraud Protection® platform.

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