Get key recommendations for navigating the online fraud detection market from Gartner Research and our 5 must-read takeaways from the report.
As consumer expectations for instant and exceptional customer experiences continue to grow rapidly, any added friction that e-commerce companies introduce can impact conversion rates, and therefore limit revenue growth. At the same time, establishing user trust is also mission critical for businesses. Sift recently conducted a survey of 2,000 consumers in the United States ages […]
Frictionless experiences like one-click checkout and instant delivery used to be competitive differentiators. Now, with more companies rallying for their share of the growing e-commerce market, they’re becoming a competitive necessity. Nearly half of consumers say they immediately search other sites if they encounter friction while making a purchase. Leading companies are adopting Digital Trust […]
Working in Trust & Safety can be a lonely experience — doubly so for women in the space. That’s why we were proud to sponsor the second annual Women’s Trust Network (WTN) event! Talented, experienced women across the industry got together to network, share best practices, commiserate, and get excited about the future of Trust […]
Scale is what all companies are striving for: winning it, dealing with the pressures of it, or taking it to the next level. Regardless of what phase you’re in, one thing remains consistent. Scaling leaves scars. This sounds painful, right? Who wants scars? But all that matters is what you get as a result of […]
180 days. A lot can happen in that time. For some, “180 days” might conjure the thought of a chargeback arrival curve. For others, it may inspire thoughts about their product roadmap. As Sift, we wanted to highlight something that’s going to happen less than 180 days from today: Visa is lowering its fraud ratios […]
Google, Twitter, Lime, Getaround, Spotify… What do these businesses have in common? All of them are hiring in Trust & Safety. Tech is experiencing a revolution in its approach to risk and revenue. The conventional approach to fraud-fighting is to invest almost exclusively in fraud and risk teams that operate independently from product teams, finance, […]
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