RSA Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce is a comprehensive authentication and fraud detection solution for the eCommerce market. The solution is based on the 3DSecure protocol (Verified by Visa and Mastercard SecureCode) and is powered by risk-based authentication, an intelligent system that authenticates a user by measuring a series of risk indicators. Transparent authentication provides a user-experience in which a customer is only challenged in high-risk scenarios.
What's New in Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce 19.4
The following enhancements are included in Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce 19.4.
Analytic Report Enhancements
In Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce 19.4, the Case by Status report can display daily statistics for the preceding six calendar months in addition to monthly statistics. For additional information on the changes to the Analytics reports, see the Back Office User Guide.
Preparation for 3DS 2.0 Protocol
As part of the preparation for 3DS 2.0, Adaptive Authentication for eCommerce 19.4 includes:
- A new Transaction Type filter in the Analytics reports allow you to filter reports based on the 3DS protocol version, and the type of transaction. In this release, there is only one option, for Browser-based 1.0 transactions. Browser-based 2.0 transactions and App-based 2.0 transactions will be available in future versions that receive 3DS 2.0 traffic.
- The Activity Log Report contains these new values for Adaptive Authentication operations:
- Start Browser Based (1.0) Authentication
- Start Browser Based (2.0) Authentication
- Application Based (2.0) Authentication Started
- Authentication Allowed
- Authentication Denied
- Authentication Challenge Required
- Authentication Error
In this release, the only visible value is Start Browser Based (1.0) Authentication. All of the other values will be available in future versions that receive 3DS 2.0 traffic. For additional information, see the Back Office User Guide.
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