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Nissho Partners with Nethone to Deliver Online Fraud Prevention In Japan

Nethone, a Machine Learning-based fraud prevention company, and Nissho Electronics Corporation, have announced a business collaboration on delivering cutting-edge online fraud and account takeover detection and prevention solutions in Japan. Nethone will be part of the already existing Tranfis brand offered by Nissho and will be distributed under the name “Tranfis powered by Nethone”.

Nissho is a Japan-based company operating in the market for over 50 years. It provides information and communication technology (ICT) such as cybersecurity, IoT, and AI as support for customers from large enterprises to service providers as they undergo digital transformation.

“Nethone has a very similar approach to fraud prevention as ours and technology that seems to be one of the best in the market. We highly appreciate Nethone’s Know Your User (KYU) approach to users profiling. In the era of customer‑centric service, we not only want to know customers, but we also want to understand their real motives,” said Hideaki Koga, Executive Officer, Senior General Manager of DX Business Division 1 at Nissho.

Japan is continuously ranked among the top 3 world’s largest eCommerce markets, with revenue projected to reach US$112,465m in 2021. Its eCommerce revenue is expected to show an annual growth rate of 6.2%, resulting in a projected market volume of US$143,279m by 2025. As Nissho is engaged in constant exploration of ways to provide the best services in new fields, it will develop its offer on the Japanese market with fraud prevention solutions, due to the announced partnership with Nethone.

“With the highest penetration of online commerce in the world, Japan is the ideal place for fraudsters to hit. Especially as its citizens are shifting from cash to online payments, i.e. credit cards. Soon damages from offline credit card fraud will be lower than online” – says Patrick Drexler, Head of Business Development Team at Nethone.

“Many companies in Japan are not ready for the upcoming changes and security threats. They still do not even have such positions as a chief online security officer or fraud manager, which are common in online business in Western countries. But Nethone solutions will help them with effectively fighting online fraud. Nissho is fully aware of that, that is why we decided to form business collaboration and invest in this crucial region.”

Nissho will help Nethone with the distribution of its two core products – Guard and ATO. Nethone Guard prevents online payment fraud by identifying anonymization, automation, and suspicious behaviour. Nethone ATO is a comprehensive fraud-prevention tool based on behavioural biometry that secures business from diverse types of fraud – not only from account takeover (ATO) but also payment fraud from newly created accounts. It can counteract them with great precision thanks to an authorial AI modelling approach and combining raw behavioural data from Nethone Profiler.

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