RSA, a Dell Technologies business, offers business-driven security to help organisations manage digital risk and protect what matters most

Omnichannel support: organisations can send RSA Adaptive Authentication details of transactions outside of the traditional web and mobile channels for risk assessment. Fraud detection rates: achieve 95% fraud detection rate with less than 5% requiring stepup authentication. The RSA eFraudNetwork: is a global cross-organizational database of confirmed fraud data gathered from an extensive network of RSA customers, ISPs, and third-party contributors worldwide. The eFraudNetwork is one of the many factors that contribute to the RSA Risk Engine in determining fraud risk. Transaction Signing: RSA Adaptive Authentication offers transaction signing, which can optionally integrate with biometrics as a stronger means of authentication layered on top of the payment transaction signature.
RSA Adaptive Authentication is an advanced, omni-channel fraud detection hub that provides risk-based, multi-factor authentication for organisations seeking to protect their consumers from fraud across digital channels. Powered by the RSA Risk Engine, RSA Adaptive Authentication is designed to measure a user’s login and post-login activities by evaluating a variety of risk indicators. Using powerful machine learning, in company with options for fine-grained policy controls, the RSA Adaptive Authentication anti-fraud hub only requires additional assurance, such as out-of-band authentication, for scenarios that are high risk and/or violate rules established by an organization. This methodology provides transparent authentication for the majority of the users, ensuring a positive user experience. RSA Adaptive Authentication can be purchased in an On-Premise or Cloud deployment.
Partners include, but are not limited to: Jack Henry, FiServ, TODO1, ACI, & FIS
Out of Band SMS/Phone integration partners include Telesign & Authentify
If a customer is interested in integrating data elements from an existing third-party relationship, they may do so by utilising the ecosystem approach. Through the RSA Adaptive Authentication ecosystem approach, organisations can use the RSA Risk Engine to consume external data elements, in addition to RSA’s predefined facts, to calculate a risk score.