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Don’t Let Scalpers Disappoint the Fans

Don’t Let Scalpers Disappoint the Fans

Preventing ticketing fraud: From sports to musical events What do Elton John, Adele, Mumford & Sons, Little Mix, Royal Blood, Coldplay, and Ed Sheeran have in common? In the past few years, all have become increasingly vocal in their opposition to scalpers and...
Don’t Let Your Customers’ Loyalty Become Fraudster Loot

Don’t Let Your Customers’ Loyalty Become Fraudster Loot

Loyal customers grow a brand’s positive image and subsequently contribute to a company’s bottom line. Popular brands understand the importance of creating and maintaining loyal customers. Also, consumers relish being rewarded for their brand loyalty so much that four...
Simility Achieves SOC 2 Type II Certification

Simility Achieves SOC 2 Type II Certification

Simility’s versatile platform encompassing human analytics and machine learning helps companies fight abuse and fraud, while fostering trust and safety. As we continuously help our customers safeguard their websites and mobile applications against fraudsters, we make...
Three Stevie Awards, One Global Fraud Fighting Team

Three Stevie Awards, One Global Fraud Fighting Team

We won three Stevie Awards at the American Business  Awards this year: Tech Startup of the Year, New Product or Service of the Year and the People’s Choice Award!        The American Business Awards are the nation’s premier business awards program. All organizations...
Simility Fraud Prevention Platform Launches Globally

Simility Fraud Prevention Platform Launches Globally

After years working together at Google to fight online fraud and abuse, we set out two years ago to build Simility to help bring the rest of the world greater protection from fraud. It’s our belief that for the Internet to continue to grow and deliver life changing...
It’s the Most Fraudulent Time of the Year

It’s the Most Fraudulent Time of the Year

Two years ago the Target credit card data breach had a ripple effect that has led to the shoring up of payments security in the U.S. from “smart card” EMV machines to sophisticated anti-malware technology deployments to legions of managed security services teams...

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