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NEW EPISODES!! At The Digital Trust & Safety Insider Podcast, we chat with people on all sides of the fraud fight: hackers, Secret Service agents, risk analysts, and reformed fraudsters-turned-business consultants. In an era when high-profile account takeovers and global malware attacks lead the headlines,

Sift is the leader in Digital Trust & Safety. offering end-to-end intelligent automation to help businesses proactively stop fraud and achieve rapid growth without risk.
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In this episode, “The democratization of fraud meets fraud-as-a-service (FaaS),” Sift Trust and Safety Architects discuss how evolving methods of both casual and commercialized fraud present an increasing risk to online businesses and consumers everywhere. They share who and what to watch out for, where to look for unexpected vulnerabilities, and how merchants can keep people and profits secure.
Crypto-based fraud is on the rise and evolving inside a disrupted market. In this episode of the Digital Trust & Safety Insider Podcast, Sift Trust and Safety Architect Jeff Sakasegawa speaks with Special Agent Shawn Bradstreet about the U.S. Secret Service’s ongoing investigation into “pig butchering”—a global fraud phenomenon combining online romance scams with a crypto twist.
Gaming and gambling operators haven’t had decades to figure out the fight against online fraud. At best, they’ve had a few years, all marked with global economic disruption and digital transformation. Businesses in every market and at every stage of growth can learn a couple of fraud-fighting cheat codes from our friends in gaming. In part 2 of this episode of the Digital Trust & Safety Insider podcast, Sift VP of Trust and Safety, Kevin Lee, continues his discussion with Dom Squeo, gaming industry veteran and risk consultant for Eilers & Krejcik, about the impact of evolving fraud strategies and how to protect your platform from abuse.
Gaming and gambling operators haven’t had decades to figure out the fight against online fraud. At best, they’ve had a few years, all marked with global economic disruption and digital transformation. Businesses in every market and at every stage of growth can learn a couple of fraud-fighting cheat codes from our friends in gaming. In part 1 of this episode of the Digital Trust & Safety Insider podcast, Sift VP of Trust and Safety, Kevin Lee, chats with Dom Squeo, gaming industry veteran and risk consultant for Eilers & Krejcik, about the impact of evolving fraud strategies on the mobile and online gaming space, and what providers need to know to stay on top.
As we mark the second anniversary of COVID-19, online providers are once again facing disrupted consumer demand and behavior, supply chain shortages, unchecked inflation, and global socioeconomic unrest. Jeff Sakasegawa, Trust and Safety Architect at Sift, shares his take on what economists are calling 2022’s “summer of hell,” and how fraudsters are poised to turn these problems into profits.
In this episode of the Digital Trust & Safety Insider Podcast, Trust & Safety Architect Jane Lee sits down with Host Arwen Heredia to share her experience exposing an emerging romance-meets-crypto scam known as Pig Butchering.
We're back! In this new episode of Trust & Safety in Numbers, Sift Trust and Safety Architect and new host, Jeff Sakasegawa, sits down with Sift CEO, Jason Tan, to discuss how the pandemic has accelerated a global digital transformation, the role trust and safety is playing, and which recent changes are here to stay.
Sahil Farooqi, head of customer care & safety at Rently, shares how his innovative startup builds a hybrid fraud-fighting solution that combines the efficiency of machine learning with the nuance of the human eye.
Innovators like Twitter, Airbnb, and Google are adopting a Digital Trust & Safety approach to risk and revenue. But what is it, and how does it benefit you? Industry veterans Kevin Lee and Jeff Sakasegawa share the hows and whys of Digital Trust & Safety.
Customer card scams pose an existential threat to e-commerce sites and brick-and-mortar stores alike. Daniel Aaronson shares insights from Square and the financial space to help you understand and fight this insidious threat.
Data breaches are so common that it's easy to tune them out. But Cameron D'Ambrosi, host of the State of Identity podcast, helps us understand why data breaches matter for your business and how you should rethink your fraud-fighting methods.
When you think of data breaches, nonprofits probably don't come to mind. But their sensitive data and lack of resources leave them uniquely vulnerable. Nomi Conway, a fraud fighter from Square who's working with nonprofits at UC Berkeley, shares insights.
To help you prepare for the holiday ecommerce fraud rush, we sit down with Courtney Fahrer, a fraud expert and founder of OpsTales. This podcast has something for everyone -- whether you've finalized Q4 planning or you're ready to throw in the towel.
Kevin Beaver, author of Hacking for Dummies, has been working in internet security since the advent of the "world wide web". He shares how businesses can patch up their weakest link in the fight against data breaches: their own employees.
Much ink has been spilled about the relationship between crypto and fraud, the blockchain and the dark web. Until now, we've mostly looked at crypto through the lens of ecommerce. We chat with David Yermack, an NYU professor of business and law, for an entirely new perspective.
Chargebacks are more than meets the eye. We sit down with Patrick Presto, who handled risk & disputes at Square, to learn how you can harness the power of chargebacks to gain insights into how users are experiencing your site.
Cryptocurrencies and the blockchain represent a new frontier wrought with regulatory and fraud challenges. We chat with Daniel Sankey, who handles risk management at Coinbase, about what crypto and blockchain mean for the future of trust & safety.
In the world of online games, everything happens fast: purchases are fulfilled instantaneously, and gameplay keeps a quick pace. It's easy to see why gaming attracts fraudsters -- but Daniele Thillman of Green Man Gaming shows how businesses fight back.
Two experts who have fought fraud at Google, Square, and beyond teach us best practices for content moderation. Drawing on their colorful experience, Kevin Lee and Jeff Sakasegawa deliver tips, tricks, and insights.
You may not realize it, but ecommerce fraud has consequences for national security. Melissa Griffith, PhD candidate in political science at UC Berkeley, explains what happens when businesses and governments fight global cyber threats, and when they fail.
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