MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., Sept. 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Guardian Analytics, the market leader in behavioral analytics and machine learning solutions for detecting banking fraud, today announced their attendance at the 2016 NCR Innovation Conference. This annual conference provides banks and credit unions insight into the latest industry trends and innovative tools to stay competitive. Guardian Analytics will feature their best-in-class fraud detection solutions for online banking, mobile banking, ACH and wire in the Innovation Hall.
"A number of Digital Insight customers are already leveraging Guardian Analytics to protect their online and mobile channels," said Stephen Walsh, Vice President of Global Sales at Guardian Analytics. "This event offers a great venue for all Digital Insight customers to see our behavior-based, fraud detection in action."
The Innovation Conference takes place September 26th-28th in Washington D.C. at the Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center. Attendees can visit Guardian Analytics at kiosk six in the Innovation Hall.
About Guardian Analytics
Guardian Analytics is the pioneer and leading provider of behavioral analytics and machine learning solutions for detecting banking fraud. Over 400 financial institutions have standardized on Guardian Analytics' innovative solutions to mitigate fraud risk and rely on the company to stop the sophisticated criminal attacks targeting retail and commercial banking clients. With Guardian Analytics, financial institutions build trust, increase competitiveness, improve their customer experience and scale operations. Guardian Analytics is privately held and based in Mountain View, CA. For more information, please visit www.GuardianAnalytics.com.
Guardian Analytics is a registered trademark of Guardian Analytics, Inc.
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