Check your Hardware – New Ways Fraudsters Steal Your Information


An article recently came out in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution covering a man who was involved in a wide-spread identity theft scheme that targeted unsuspecting individuals using something known as a keystroke grabber. Erkes Antwon Green was able to steal over 150 identities and constructed files that contained people’s names, date of birth and Social Security […]

Our 2013 Fraud Survey & Analysis

Fraud Analysis

IDology is happy to announce that we have released our 2013 Fraud Report! The report, which is based on a survey released through TechValidate, a third party research organization, is a collection of responses from senior executives within IDology’s customer base.  Individuals polled come from various industries including healthcare, retail, telecommunications, energy, banking and financial […]

Protect Your Customers from Rising Identity Theft Threats

Identity Theft

Identity theft, as defined by Wikipedia as “a form of stealing someone’s identity in which someone pretends to be someone else by assuming that person’s identity, typically in order to access resources or obtain credit and other benefits in that person’s name”, is not only a major issue for the consumer, or identity theft victim, but also […]

With International Business Comes International Complications


In today’s growing global economy, an organization’s customer base is no longer simply regional or even national – it is international. With the expansion of a company’s potential customer base comes a significant opportunity for customer acquisition and business growth. However, this expansion also brings with it a unique set of challenges as well as […]

Our New Solution that Automates and/or Replaces Manual Document Review Processes


At IDology, we are extremely pleased this week to announce the launch of our new ExpectID Scan and ExpectID Scan Verify solution. Check out our press release on the launch by clicking here. This solution was really developed out of a need from our customers – to automate that “last mile” of the verification process, […]

Age Verification – Why Simply Verifying Age is No Longer Enough


It’s no secret – cases of identity theft and fraud continue to make headlines every single day. Because of this, it becomes more important than ever for organizations to protect customer privacy, deter fraud and meet compliance regulations. Additionally, when it comes to age restricted commerce (especially in a customer-not-present environment), protecting our youth and […]

The Constantly Evolving Battle Against Fraud

Fraud Prevention

There is no doubt – the battle against fraud is constant and evolving. Fraud can be a devastating crime for many innocent victims. It can also be a very complex issue to fight. Identity theft alone has become a big business with the number of malicious programs written to steal your information growing rapidly as […]

The Tax Deadline is Looming…and Tax Scams Rising. Protect Yourself Today.

Tax Infographic - Identity Theft

The deadline to file your taxes is fast approaching which means the fraudsters are on the prowl to steal your identity and your tax return. The Internal Revenue Service recently released its annual “Dirty Dozen” tax scam list. This “Dirty Dozen” listing records a variety of common scams taxpayers can encounter throughout the year. However, […]

Meeting Compliance with Advanced Identity Processes

Use Identity Verification to Meet Compliance

Meeting compliance regulations… What does that really mean?  Well, compliance can have different meanings depending on the organization. According to Wikipedia, in general, compliance means “conforming to a rule, such as a specification, policy, standard or law.” Regulatory compliance “describes the goal that corporations or public agencies aspire to achieve in their efforts to comply […]

The Expanding Under and Unbanked Market – How to Verify Thin Files

What is a thin file? A thin file is basically just that – the “file” or information on a particular individual is thin or rather, lacking sufficient credit history. Typically, this could mean that the individual is young, as they have not had enough time to build a true credit history or they are New-In-Country, […]