Transaction monitoring is the process of keeping track on customer transactions, which includes analyzing previous and present customer data and interactions to provide a full picture of their behaviour. Transfers, deposits, and withdrawals are all examples of this.

IP Address

  • Phone Number Social KYC
  • Phone Number Basic Check
  • Phone Number Device and SIM
  • Device Location
  • GPS Data
  • Cellular Sensors
  • Bluetooth Sensors
  • Wi-Fi Scanning

Location identity creates a wider picture of not just a user’s device but the most common physical location in which a device is used. It provides a common point of reference via trusted location fingerprints to detect location spoofing and potential fraud. It incorporates:

  • Bluetooth sensors to define commonly connected bluetooth devices
  • Wifi scanning to determine not only the Wifi that the devices uses but a profile of the common Wifi networks located within the vicinity of the device. 
  • Cellular network signals to augment device GPS signals that can be spoofed. 
  • GPS location detail from the device

Email Address Indicators

  • US Criminal Records
  • Canadian Criminal Records
  • International Criminal Records

This is where a real credit card number such as ‘4500 8540 1234 4321’ could be replaced with ‘4959 1121 2232 3663’ or any other user-defined tokenization format.  

Where the name ‘Michael’ and ‘Scott’ could be replaced with ‘e87db9d7dbb22’ and ‘2jh4b5kj59dd98s6d76d5f889dd’, or other symmetric and asymmetric encryption options.

Where the medication ID number ‘33439090’ might be changed with ‘5xxxxxxx’ or any other data masking format determined by the user. When an authorized user or business process requires the actual data to be seen or transferred someplace (for example, for payment processing), the solution immediately and transparently reverses the obfuscation, replacing the tokenized, encrypted, or masked value with the genuine data in transit.

No need for any existing software code to be rewritten or modified. There is no need to build integrations using APIs or connectors, or install any agents or widgets.

No need to alter existing user interactions, corporate processes or retraining personnel while using IDVerifact.

Internal users connect with their computer programmes in the same way they did before.

External users continue to engage with websites in the same way they did previously.

With so many apps hosted in the cloud, the risk of sensitive data crossing national boundaries is growing.

Thanks to the GDPR, CCPA, Bill 64, and other privacy regulations it is now a legal necessity with consequences for non-compliance.

Personal identifiable information never leaves an environment without explicit authorization and complete control over where it:

  • Travels
  • How it is safeguarded
  • When it may be reconstituted

Controlling and regulating access to sensitive data has been a struggle.

Data is tokenized, metadata is created and enhanced, and the recorded data is supplied as characteristics for use in our access control policy using IDVerifact’s data cybersecurity solution.

It is no longer only the proper thing to do to protect the privacy of consumer information.

It is now a legal necessity with the adoption of the GDPR and other privacy regulations, with fines for non-compliance.

Personal identifiable information never leaves an environment without explicit authorization and full control over where it travels, how it is safeguarded, and when it may be reconstituted using IDVerifact’s data cybersecurity solution.

All enterprises that store, handle, or transfer credit card information must undergo PCI compliance audits.

As the problem of developing and maintaining a secure network evolve, this annual assessment grows increasingly costly and extensive.

Before it reaches your network, IDVerifact’s data cybersecurity solution can delete all credit card information from apps, data, and documents.

Your network is judged out of scope for a PCI assessment since it does not include any payment card information.

Managing the risk of using production data in lower-level environments can be challenging.

IDVerifact’s data cybersecurity solution enables businesses to take a total data management approach that allows developers and testers to self-serve new test data sets, eliminating the need for manual intervention and removing any infrastructure requirements for master ‘golden copies’ or derivative test data sets.

Our platform obscures regulated and/or restricted information as data moves across the network when migrating data from a production environment to a development environment.