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3 New Console Changes to Supercharge Manual Review

We built our Console to make fraud easier to understand and manual review more efficient. Earlier this month, we rolled out three new features to help teams increase their performance and work better together. Escalation Queues: Get a second pair of eyes on tricky cases We all get by with a little help from our […]

Partnering with Advancing Women in Product and Code2040 to Effect Change in the Tech Industry

With offices in both San Francisco and Seattle, Sift Science is surrounded by some of the greatest thinkers and doers in the industry. A tech ecosystem’s strength and sustainability depend in part on its connection to its surrounding community. We’re committed to cultivating relationships with local movers and shakers — one way we can do […]

Content Abuse: Challenges and Evolutions

The war on content abuse is getting harder to win. In fact, content abuse has become so sophisticated that within four years, people might see fake information online more often than real information. It’s not just fake product reviews or social media comments, either. Even fake videos are starting to permeate the internet. Any online […]

Notes from the Inaugural Women’s Trust Network Event

Where can you go to talk about professional development and fraud-fighting strategies while sipping wine and chatting with other smart women in similar roles? We couldn’t find an answer, which is why we partnered with Chargehound and Patreon to organize the inaugural Women’s Trust Network event on August 23. We were delighted by the outpouring […]

Siftie Spotlight: Kyle Kwon, Support Engineer

This is part of a monthly series in which we get to know Sifties. Kyle Kwon is a Support Engineer and has been with Sift Science for six months. If he could eat just one food for the rest of his life it would be burritos, because they’re versatile! Not everything can be eaten for […]

GDPR Was Only the Beginning for Compliance

By now, you’re more familiar with GDPR than you ever wanted to be – whether it’s because of the countless emails about updated privacy policies that are still sitting in your inbox, or because your business had to do some updating and emailing too. GDPR is the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, which started on May 25th of […]

Cryptocurrencies: New Fraud Problems or Solutions?

Since bitcoin and the blockchain popped up nearly ten years ago, cryptocurrencies have experienced a startling evolution: from a fringe investment to a mainstream medium of exchange. Enterprising fraudsters have been following this evolution closely. In the first two months of this year, cryptocurrency fraud resulted in losses of $9 million a day. People who […]