Duality + IBM

The IBM Collaboration Hub with Duality Technologies™: an industry-first approach to collectively fight fraud

Duality and IBM are building an ecosystem where fraud teams across financial institutions can easily  collaborate to unleash the value of their data – while preserving privacy and ensuring compliance. 


Through the IBM Collaboration Hub with Duality Technologies™, IBM Payment Center (IPC) members have the ability to engage in privacy-protected information sharing to better fight scams and fraud.


By deploying secure queries against pre-defined data sets, member institutions can seamlessly share information to detect, and prevent several different fraud typologies and scams, such as indicators of account takeovers, device trust data points, and more – while protecting customer privacy and ensuring regulatory compliance.

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