Experian signs five for cyber security platform

Experian signs five for cyber security platform

Experian has signed deals with five more companies to implement its CrossCore fraud and cyber security product as its strenghtens its offensive against online crooks.

CrossCore was launched in June, and offers a ‘plug-and-play’ capability, which allows companies to connect multiple disparate services through a common access point.

The new CrossCore partners include:

Monitise, a specialist in financial services technology focused on accelerating the digital transformation of banks and financial institutions.

Emailage, a global hub of intelligence associated with email addresses, which enables companies to determine whether a transaction is fraudulent or legitimate.

Whitepages Pro, which provides businesses with global identity verification data via enterprise-scale APIs and web tools to help them quickly identify legitimate customers, prevent fraudulent transactions and smooth new customer account creation.

iQor, a global provider of business process outsourcing and product support solutions and a provider of e-commerce card-not-present chargeback services.

And finally myNetWatchman,  a threat intelligence firm with the ability to flag fraudulent connections in real time.

Experian global executive vice president of fraud and identity Steve Platt said: “We’re quickly adding new partners so we can give our clients more choices than ever before."