Evina provides MNOs, merchants, ad networks and payment gateways worldwide with the most advanced cybersecurity solutions for mobile payments and advertising. By effectively fending off fraudsters, complaint rates decrease, brand image is protected, and new markets are opened up while revenue increases.
Evina’s product suite boosts turnover by dealing with fraud in the right way across more than 60 countries and involving tens of millions of transactions daily.
– Evina’s DCBprotect solution blocks fraud on carrier billing and maximizes legitimate transactions, increasing revenue by using the power of carrier billing to the fullest. (99,7% of fraudulent transactions detected, 0,2% false positive rate, <100ms latency)
– Evina’s Eyewitness is the first solution in the world able to record data-enriched videos of what users actually see and do on the payment page. It saves time and money in complaints management and helps all players to maintain trustful and transparent relationships.
With the protection of Evina, major players the world over have eliminated fraud and been able to grow their businesses by:
– Unlocking more efficient payment flows
– Accessing more profitable traffic sources
– Enabling precious partnerships.
Evina initiates a new era of cybersecurity. We help clients transform cybersecurity from a defensive to an offensive expenditure that enables access to promising new markets.
Evina has dedicated more than 15 years to developing advanced cybersecurity technology with the most comprehensive fraud sensors, richest data captured through a dedicated global mobile honeypot network in more than 70 countries and the best decision making through machine learning and cyber threat intelligence led by cybersecurity research engineers.
Too often cybersecurity companies have links to certain actors intimately involved in the ecosystem they are supposed to protect. This clearly creates conflicts of interest and prevents the establishment of healthy relationships based on trust.
Furthermore, cybersecurity companies are often outside the ecosystem they intend to protect and therefore have a poor understanding of the issues at stake. In such cases, they tend to protect to the detriment of turnover.
Evina combines unique technical expertise, neutrality and knowledge of specific sectoral issues to be your most valuable cybersecurity ally.
Which MNO reduced fraud by 14x? What does PIN entry to do completion rates? And how can you tell if a $99 in-app payment is made by a fraudulent bot or an 11 year old on his Dad’s phone? These questions and more were answered in a MEF’s anti-fraud webinar… Anyone who has seen the Ray Harryhausen film Jason and the Argonauts will never forget the fighting skeleton scene. In it, our hero has to battle an army of relentless skeletons. So what does all this have to do with mobile content fraud? Well, the scene popped into my head when I was moderating last week’s MEF webinar
Wherever there are digital transactions, there is the risk of fraud. Mobile content is no exception, with ever-evolving methods to defraud customers, mobile content providers, payment aggregators and MNOs. All stakeholders must be aware of the fraud types and their differing impacts in order to align on best practice, limit the risk and stay ahead of the fraudsters.
MEF’s DCB Fraud Working Group has published a new whitepaper Combatting Fraud in Mobile Content to raise awareness and show how DCB fraud can be minimised.
As part of a series from MEF’s new working group looking at DCB Fraud David Lotfi, CEO of MEF Member and cyberscurity specialists Evina shares details of a case study showing how their MNO client was able to reduce complaints and fraud rate while boosting revenue thanks to their collaboration on direct carrier billing security.
Industry Views: Why business models based on revenue sharing do not work when it comes to preventing DCB fraud
Earlier this year MEF’s DCB working group kicked off a new programme to look at tackling fraud in Direct Carrier Billing (DCB). The cross-stakeholder group is currently developing a fraud framework to seek industry alignment and help market education to ensure a sustainable trusted channel.
When looking at fraud detection solutions the topic of business models for solution providers is a focus area for discussion, with a clear recommendation that revenue sharing models cannot be good for the ecosystem.
In our 5 minutes with profiles, MEF members talk about their business, their aspirations for the future and the wider mobile industry. This week, CEO David Lotfi introduces cyber security specialists Evina.
We are an independent cybersecurity company with a unique focus that enables us to not only keep our clients safe but to do so in a disruptive new way that can power growth. EVINA DCBprotect is the current star amongst our line-up of anti-fraud products.