Mastercard to buy digital ID verification firm Ekata

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Mastercard to buy digital ID verification firm Ekata

Bets on a boom in demand for companies in the digital security space.

Mastercard has agreed to buy digital identity verification company Ekata in a deal valued at US$850 million, as the global payments processor bets on a boom in demand for companies in the digital security space. Ekata's products allow businesses to separate fraudsters from legitimate ...

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