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Dynamic Interventions

Fraud is dynamic, your authentication needs to match.

Social engineering protection

We eliminate the predictability of static warnings with dynamic questions that scammers can't anticipate – or coach their victims through.

Contextual, effective & hyper-personalized

If your customers are seeing the same message in the same places on every journey, they’re likely to become complacent.

If fraudsters are able to map out your journey flows, they can easily coach their victims through warnings and even step-up authentication such as SMS OTPs.

Quick to build, easy to manage

Journeys can be easily built and modified, enabling greater flexibility around evolving scams and enhancing insights between fraud, authentication and the wider business team.

Combing recognition & threat models

The only solution to combine both user centric recognition with industry leading threat detection

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Recognition score

We’re the only vendor to offer user centric identity models across device, location and behavior that identify each individual user

Threat score

We check for common fraud signals such as copy/paste, rapid movement between pages or screens, remote access, malware and bots


If the user is on the phone, there's a greater possibility that they're being socially engineered. We're also able to run real-time SIM-swap checks


Agile orchestration allows for dynamic step-up authentication to defend against the type of fraud that is taking place

Backed by behavioral science

This Callsign-commissioned report combines consumer and industry research to explain the behavioural science behind dynamic interventions.

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Are your fraud warnings...


Because customers are only alerted at a point of danger, they’re more likely to remember the risks, and avoid them in the future


Bad actors can’t coach their victims through a user journey where they can’t predict when a warning appears, and what it says


Instead of repetitive and easily ignored generic warnings, be distinctive and clear with focused messaging

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