Fiserv announced a new partnership Rippleshot to offer Card Risk Office℠ Fraud Warning, an early breach detection solution that allows financial institutions to identify potential fraud events 30-60 days prior to network alerts.
Catch what Rippleshot’s Co-Founder shared with ABC7 Chicago’ JudyHsu in their talk about fighting holiday card fraud, avoiding common credit card scams and how to protect yourself this holiday season.
Rippleshot Co-Founder Canh Tran shared some tips with abc7 News on why ATM skimming fraud is on the rise, and what banks can do to combat the rapidly-growing problem. Catch the segment — and Tran’s tips on fighting ATM fraud.
“We may have to go to a digital defense of each consumer, where we monitor your data behavior, all of it, your web behavior, your mobile behavior, your credit behavior 24/7,” Co-Founder Canh Tran to abc7 News, following the Equifax breach. Catch his tips on why the fallout from this breach will be long-lasting.
Rippleshot Co-Founder Canh Tran discusses how credit unions should handle the fallout of the Equifax breach — including how they should work to detect and fight credit card fraud better and faster. He also details why synthetic fraud is going to be a major part of the Equifax breach.
Director of Marketing Kaleigh Simmons shares tips for credit unions on combatting card not present fraud.
Fresh off a fundraise, Rippleshot’s Kaleigh Simmons discusses the company’s founding, the fraud problem, and where the industry is headed with Xconomy’s Sarah Schmid Stevenson.
Chicago Business Journal tells the story of Rippleshot and why the current fraud landscape necessitates a product like Sonar.
Rippleshot makes ChicagoInno’s monthly list of the top fundraising deals in the city.
Rippleshot Director of Marketing Kaleigh Simmons talks to Carol Roth about the unique dangers small businesses face when it comes to data breaches.
Bryan Yurcan talks with Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran about synthetic identity fraud and how its the next popular target for cybercriminals.
Chicago-based Rippleshot, which uses machine learning and data analytics to help banks and credit unions spot fraudulent activity, has raised $2.6 million in new funding.
Rippleshot Director of Marketing Kaleigh Simmons discusses the impact of this new trade group on credit unions and credit union-focused organizations.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran talks about the CFPB’s new ruling on fraud protections for prepaid cards and how it will impact the industry moving forward.
Rippleshot shares exclusive statistics on where cards in Missouri are most often stolen from, as well as where fraudulent ones are most likely to be spent.
Rippleshot makes KPMG and K2 Ventures’ 2016 global Fintech 100 list as an emerging star.
Kaleigh Simmons, Rippleshot’s Director of Marketing, talks with NorthWestern Financial Review about the company’s flagship software and the general state of card security.
Built in Chicago showcases two dozen fintech startups that use tech to solve the industry’s biggest problems.
Thrillist highlights 20 of the most innovative startups in Chicago who are doing impactful work in their respective industries.
CEO Canh Tran talks about the founding of Rippleshot, tackling payment card fraud, and the Chicago tech ecosystem.
On the October 3, 2016 episode of The Opening Bell, Steve focused on a huge issue plaguing the United States – credit card fraud – with Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran.
As consumer card transactions will overtake cash transactions for the first time in 2016, Bank Innovation speaks with payment card experts on the impact of fraud on its growth.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran discusses with the Dallas Business Journal the top locations in Texas that fraudsters are mostly likely to spend stolen debit and credit cards.
Josh Inglis of FinTex Chicago talks with Director of Marketing Kaleigh Simmons about the state of card fraud in 2016 and how Rippleshot takes an innovative approach to tackling the problem.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran talks with the St. Louis Business Journal on the latest in data breach trends and why smaller regional areas and small businesses are a hot target.
The American Bankers Association announces their official endorsement of Rippleshot’s card compromise detection solution, Sonar.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran talks with Robert McGarvey about the most recent data breach at Trump Hotels, and why the hospitality industry is such a hot target.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran talks with ABC 7 reporter Michelle Gallardo about the latest card breach at Landry’s restaurants.
Rippleshot makes the list of Built in Chicago’s top companies poised for explosive growth in 2016.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran gives an update on Payment Week covering the growing mobile payment platforms including Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay and CurrentC.
Rippleshot makes ChicagoInno’s list of 16 high-growth startups to keep an eye on in 2016.
Rippleshot, which offers a cloud-based platform that uses machine learning and data analytics to help banks and credit unions detect fraudulent activity has raised a $1.2 million bridge round of funding.
Rippleshot’s Director of Business Development, Jeffrey Spetter, explains why Rippleshot has had such success in growing our team and company in Chicago.
Rippleshot took home second place at the CyberMaryland Conference presented jointly by The National Cyber Security Hall of Fame and Federal Business Council (FBC).
Yueyu Fu, Co-Founder and CTO of Rippleshot discuses all the innovative ways Rippleshot stops hacking before it starts.
EQ St. Louis sits down with two St. Louis startups working to curtail and mitigate the impact of cybersecurity-related fraud and scams.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran sits down with the Kansas City Business Journal to discuss an increase in fraudulent transactions in the Kansas City region.
Rippleshot CEO Canh Tran weighs in on a recent Credit Union Times showing statistical red flags that could prompt credit unions to take a closer look at certain transactions.
The Rippleshot team weighs in on the October 2015 liability shift that will change how merchants and financial institutions interact with one another.
Rippleshot is excited to return to SixThirty, the St. Louis startup accelerator that specializes in the financial services technology industry.
Enterprise startups are thriving in the Chicago tech ecosystem, Tech Cocktail pulls 15 startups that proudly call Chicago home.
Businesses still believe in getting their employees out of the office to refuel, but they are increasingly trading pricey, time-consuming retreats at resorts for shorter social trips, experts and companies say.
CEO and Co-Founder of Rippleshot, Canh Tran, looks towards the 2015 holiday shopping season and how data breaches can affect consumer shopping habits.
LetsTalkPayments sits down with CEO & Co-founder of Rippleshot to discuss the upcoming transition to chip-and-PIN, data breaches and cybersecurity hot topics.
Rippleshot CEO and Co-Founder Canh Tran compares the various mobile payment platforms like Apple Pay, Samsung Pay and Current C on Payment Week.
Rippleshot CEO and Co-Founder Canh Tran sits down in an interview with PYMNTS.com to discuss how Rippleshot’s fraud analytics software fights cybercrime and data breaches like a disease.
Rippleshot CEO and Co-Founder Canh Tran talks with CUTimes to discuss the threats credit unions face regarding stolen credit cards.
Rippleshot Chief Scientist and Co-Founder Randal Cox sits down with The Paypers to discuss Rippleshot’s MRC METAward.
SixThirty, the financial technology services startup accelerator based in St. Louis, announced its latest cohort of companies Tuesday evening.
Rippleshot Looks To Detect Data Breaches, Save Customers Money
Regardless of the kind of security measures used to protect a credit card, once a fraudster has the card data, little can be done to stop him or her from using the information.
Rippleshot Fraud Detection Analytics
Most software that fights payment card fraud focuses on providing risk scores for individual transactions in real time. Rippleshot adds a different layer by examining transactions with the aim of detecting fraud tied to data breaches before networks, issuers, and other entities discover the problem.
Chicago-Area Companies Make the Worldwide Rankings
The 2014 FinTech Forward Rankings, which identify the top 100 companies providing technology for financial institutions across the globe, were released Thursday and two IL businesses made the list.
Top 10 Tech Companies to Watch
To identify the fintech startups deserving of special recognition this year, a team of American Banker editors, BAI staff and consultant Jeanne Capachin debated the merits of self-nominees and companies we know. These are the ten that matter for 2015.
Chicago Innovation Awards honor the old and the new
A 97-year-old company known for little red wagons and a two-year-old company partly owned by billionaire investor Mark Cuban were among the winners at the 13th annual Chicago Innovation Awards at Harris Theater on Thursday night.
Big Data Fights Client Attrition
Big data can combine information from a variety of sources to tip off ISOs and agents when their merchant clients are preparing to leave for another transaction-services provider.
Finovate’s Day of More: Onsite Reporting
Rippleshot, a cloud-based breach detection startup, came to Finovate with bad news. Within a few weeks, CTO Lucas Ward predicted, consumers will hear of new credit card breaches that rival Target and Home Depot.
How Rippleshot aims for the fraud-detection market
Chicago-based fraud-detection startup Rippleshot is well aware of the heists. In the U.S., thieves slip unobtrusive card readers over gas station credit card slots or hack point-of-sale software. In Europe, they steal card information and train pinhole cameras on ATM keypads. Others wrap entire fake ATMs around real ones.
Focus Shifts to Consumer Security After Data Breaches
New data security breaches have Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan urging consumers and companies to learn more about how to prevent becoming a victim. A recent study shows that at least half of U.S. companies have experienced a data breach.
Report: 75 million records compromised so far in 2014
Last year at this time, only 439 breaches had been reported, representing a 29.4 percent increase. The breach count was last updated on September 23 and includes Home Depot’s incident, which affected at least 56 million records.
Heat Map of Potential Data Breaches by State
The recurrence of data breaches has escalated to the point where almost every week we are alerted of another mega retailer being hit. The U.S. government has even issued warnings about sophisticated attacks targeting retailers, putting the victims of one specific form of malware at well over 1,000 businesses.
How Not To Be The Next Target
It started with a simple innocuous temperature control device from an HVAC vendor. Once inside the outer perimeter the attackers installed a piece of malware whose code they probably tested on virustotal.com to make sure it hadn’t been detected by the 40 or so anti-virus vendors.