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TransUnion and Neuro-ID Partner to Help Insurance Industry Find New Ways to Support Customers, Improve CX and Detect Fraud

CHICAGO, May 05, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- TransUnion (NYSE: TRU) today announced a partnership with Neuro-ID, a next generation provider of real-time behavioral analytics, to help carriers become more agile and drive greater value for their customers. TransUnion will begin introducing Neuro-ID’s Friction Index® Platform and Fraud Solutions to its insurance customers to reduce friction, improve customer experience and detect behavioral fraud and risk.

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FICO: Solving the “Black Hole Problem” with First-Party Fraud

Why does fraud end up becoming a credit risk problem for online lenders? Join our CEO, Jack AltonAite Group’s Julie Conroy and Alex Johnson of FICO for a compelling conversation around First Party Fraud, synthetic identity and addressing the challenges of the “Black Hole Problem.”

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Flathead Beacon: Revolutionizing the Digital Journey

We're pleased to share a nice article by Flathead Beacon's Tristan Scott, where he interviews our CEO, Jack Alton, delving into the roots of Neuro-IDand how we are helping companies and the customer experience in the digital transformation.

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Neuro-ID Introduces FinTech Friction Index® Report, Quantifying Friction, Consumer Intent

WHITEFISH, MT / ACCESSWIRE / September 24, 2019 / Neuro-ID, a pioneer of neuroscience-based analytics, today announced the release of its inaugural FinTech Friction Index Report. The report aggregates real-time behavioral data from over 20 million customer journeys from top fintechs around the globe, providing new visibility into the friction and frustration consumers experience during the digital onboarding process.

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PaymentSource: Neuroscience giving banks a chance to detect both fraud and friction

PaymentsSource's latest article features our CEO, Jack Alton, discussing how neuroscience gives banks a chance to detect both fraud and friction.

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