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    DataVisor was founded on December 2013. The company is based in Mountain View, CA, USA . The number of employees in DataVisor is less than 250. Datavisor is a fraud detection company powered by transformational ai technology.

    Here is how DataVisor describes itself: "DataVisor is your solution for AI based fraud and risk prevention. We are a production-ready machine learning platform that discovers fraud early."
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          Funding & investors

          DataVisor has received 4 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is around $54.5M.

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                          • Infamous Fraud Cases and Their Implications for Modern Fraud Experts

                          • When it comes to fraud prevention, many finance companies focus on the here and now: what are criminals currently doing to misappropriate funds, misrepresent financial activities, or exploit businesses for gains?  While we often think of fraud as being a modern crime, acts of fraud have been occurring for thousands of years. As fraud has […]The post Infamous Fraud Cases and Their Implications for Modern Fraud Experts appeared first on DataVisor.
                          • What Is Expense Fraud and How Can You Detect It?

                          • Not all fraud is external. In fact, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) estimates that organizations lose about 5% of annual revenue due to fraud committed inside the company. It’s the perfect storm: who knows your company better than the people who operate it? Employees often have access to tools and systems that make […]The post What Is Expense Fraud and How Can You Detect It? appeared first on DataVisor.
                          • Does There Have to Be a Tradeoff Between Fraud Prevention and CX?

                          • There’s a common belief that companies cannot increase fraud prevention without the tradeoff of creating more friction for the end-user, which, in turn, leads to a decrease in the customer experience.  This may have been true at one time. But today’s fraud prevention technology allows companies and customers alike to have their cake and eat […]The post Does There Have to Be a Tradeoff Between Fraud Prevention and CX? appeared first on DataVisor.
                          • Demystifying Modern Fraud Attacks in Banking

                          • As fraudsters gain access to more resources that help them fine-tune their attacks, the scale of damage they can inflict on financial institutions is amplified exponentially. Particularly in the past 18 months, we’ve witnessed a shift to digital banking channels. Fraudsters tend to go wherever there’s plenty of opportunities, and they’re always ready to exploit […]The post Demystifying Modern Fraud Attacks in Banking appeared first on DataVisor.
                          • PSD2: A Gateway to Customer-Centric Financial Services

                          • For banks making the leap into digital transformation, the customer experience must be at the heart of every decision. No one knows this better than traditional banks, as more customers express interest in fintech and migrate toward mobile or online-only banking.  Success in today’s banking industry is about understanding consumer preferences and catering to their […]The post PSD2: A Gateway to Customer-Centric Financial Services appeared first on DataVisor.
                          • Point of Sale Finance: Stopping Fraud in the Fintech Revolution

                          • Consumer financing options have shifted alongside end-user expectations for more variety and affordable options for credit. There’s proof of this in the rise of point of sale financing, also called point of sale (POS) lending.  The goal is clear: fast, easy credit options without the roadblocks of traditional lending. But are companies competing for business […]The post Point of Sale Finance: Stopping Fraud in the Fintech Revolution appeared first on DataVisor.

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