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Research Defender uses minFraud as part of a homegrown solution to protect the integrity of research done on behalf of its customers.

When Vignesh Krishan founded Research Defender in 2018 he knew that managing fraud was critical in the global market research industry. The company set out to deliver high-quality consumer insights for companies in diverse industries all over the world. They understood even before they got started that ensuring the quality and integrity of the research was going to be essential to their success and the success of their customers.

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Rising E-Commerce Fraud Trends and How to Combat Them

The global e-commerce market size grew to a record $2.2 trillion in 2017, and there are no signs of a slowdown in 2018, as more and more people turn to the virtual marketplace for their shopping needs.

But this tremendous exponential growth also has a dark side. As digital channels are opening, and international brands are diversifying their offerings, fraudsters are seeking new, or rediscovering old, ways to capitalize on global opportunities.

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MaxMind Will Be Exhibiting at ad:tech November 1 and 2

MaxMind is heading to ad:tech New York, one of the world’s largest conferences for digital brands and technology leaders. Come visit us at our booth and learn more about our GeoIP and minFraud products, and stick around for a speech hosted by our Director of Business Development Jenn Sessler.

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MaxMind’s Paladin Report Is Now Available

Deciding on the right fraud prevention and IP intelligence provider can be a daunting task. With worldwide internet usage projected to grow every year, your choice matters now more than ever. So, make an informed, educated one with MaxMind’s Paladin Report.

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Using Custom Inputs to Refine Your Response to Fraud

Online fraud is a complex, hard to detect, and constantly evolving type of crime with serious business consequences. While many e-commerce merchants are looking for new ways to engage with customers, fraudsters are also looking for new ways to exploit them. In a way, every touchpoint you create – from buy online/pick up in store options to social click-to-buy ads, mobile shopping to loyalty rewards programs – is another opportunity for cybercriminals to bypass your fraud screening.

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Proxy Detection – Why Fraudsters Give Proxies a Bad Name

When it comes to fraud detection, finding proxies is a big topic. But why? Fraud detection begins with thinking intelligently about the IP address associated with a transaction. Where is that IP address, and how does that location relate to other transaction data? Whereas most IP addresses inspire confidence, those associated with a proxy generate suspicion.

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