Gartner’s Online Fraud Detection Market Guide lists XTN as a representative vendor

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For the second consecutive year, XTN is listed as Representative Vendor in Gartner’s Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection.

Gartner highlights how, now more than ever, there is a growing narrative in Online Fraud Detection Market around the concept of trust and safety in all brand/customer interactions.

According to the world’s leading research and advisory company, the most urgent and vital issue is to create an environment in which customers feel safe to transact, and all customer interactions are based on trust. As XTN, we are precisely aligned with this need since the trust theme is what we care about since the beginning.

Our motto, “Trust Your Digital User,” has born to highlight our aim to put first the importance of trusted identity. To rely on us means having an Omnichannel Fraud Protection Platform that defends your digital business through proprietary AI Algorithms and Behavioural Biometrics Analysis.

XTN had already been mentioned in the previous edition of the same Market Guide for Online Fraud Detection (G00352548 – April 2019) as well as in the Market Guide for In-App Protection (G00368169 – July 2019).

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