Engage and manage multiple authentication methods, both new and existing solutions, through a common core API.
Early Warning recognized the need to simplify and unify how authentication is administered to enable greater flexibility and customization of risk mitigation strategies while decreasing the operational inefficiencies that typically accompany individual point solution implementations.
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With the increasing growth and adoption of mobile wallets, technology innovators, bank issuers and payment processors are coming together to provide a seamless and secure mobile payment experience. Mitigating identity, mobile account and device vulnerabilities during the card provisioning process is a collective goal in securing and optimizing this emerging payment channel.
The ability to verify the accuracy of consumer mobile phone numbers has become essential in order to reduce the potential risk of violating TCPA rules and regulations.
Created by coupling a consumer’s mobile phone number and device hardware with real-time connectivity to the Mobile Network Operators (MNOs), the Early Warning Mobile Identifier serves as a persistent key that can’t be manipulated and stays with the consumer, throughout their entire U.S. mobile lifecycle, regardless of mobile changes.
Early Warning brings together three critical elements to help organizations solve the mobile authentication challenge. By coupling the consumer’s mobile phone number and device hardware with real-time connectivity to the MNOs, organizations can better ensure they are interacting with the right customer.
Early Warning, through its integration with the MNOs, has exclusive access to key data points that allow organizations to verify the accuracy of mobile numbers in real-time - unlike any other solution.