NonStop ™ Newsletter for July 2020


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 Gravic Publishes New Article on How to Easily Modernize and...


Premier & Tailored for a New Environment

MultiBatch: Tradition meets Modernisation

Webinar: 5 Best Practices for HPE NonStop File Integrity Monitoring

European NonStop HotSpot

Lusis Payments Welcomes....

The Europeans try once more to help us pay

Compliance Issues with File Integrity Monitoring?


Integrate Your HPE NonStop Servers With CyberArk

Check Out These New YouTube Videos Featuring NuWave's CTO

Miss TANDsoft’s VIRTUG-NUG Presentation?

Fighting Fraud with the Latest Technologies TANGO AIF




Gravic Publishes New Article on How to Easily Modernize and
Expose Valuable Enscribe Data
by Eliminating Data Silos



Gravic published the article, Easily Modernize and Expose Valuable Enscribe Data – Eliminate Data Silos in the July/August edition of The Connection. This article/case study explains how a large European manufacturer runs its online shop floor operations on an HPE NonStop Server and uses HPE Shadowbase data replication to exploit the currency and value of this online, trapped, and siloed data. Data replication is not only used for providing backups for business continuity, but also for moving isolated data in real-time in order to leverage its value for competitive advantage and building new business solutions. Data replication’s potential includes: integrating disparate applications, eliminating data silos, and distributing data quickly where it is needed and can easily be consumed by other applications.

A second case study reviews how a customer utilized “off-platform” data integration, where Shadowbase software transformed and replicated the trapped and siloed source data (HPE NonStop Enscribe) into the desired target data structure (SQL), and applied it into a remote (off-platform) target platform and database (Linux/Oracle) for analytical processing and reporting. In both cases, Shadowbase software successfully replaced a popular remote-access Enscribe product that was at end-of-service-life (EOSL) with minimal disruption to the customers’ overall design, while adding considerable new capabilities to the overall implementations.

Gravic Publishes New HPE Shadowbase White Paper on
The Benefits of Switching from Scale-up to Scale-out Architectures

Gravic just published the white paper, The Benefits of Switching from Scale-up to Scale-out Architectures. Keeping up with user demand and managing a service outage or brownout is a significant challenge for IT departments. The traditional scale-up approach suffers from significant limitations and cost issues that prevent it from satisfying the ever-increasing workloads of a 24×7 online society. The use of massively parallel processing and scale-out architectures is the solution, since they can readily and non-disruptively apply additional compute resources to meet any demand, at a much lower cost, and with improved service availability. The use of the HPE Shadowbase data replication engine to share and maintain consistent data between multiple systems enables scale-out application and workload distributions across multiple compute nodes, which provides the necessary scalability and availability to meet the highest levels of user demand now and into the future.

Gravic Presents at Upcoming APAC MCS HPE NonStop Update Series

Gravic will virtually present Surviving Uncertain Times with HPE Shadowbase Solutions at the Asia-Pacific Mission-Critical Systems HPE NonStop Update Series on July 23. We will discuss recent macroenvironmental shifts due to COVID-19, how companies are reacting, our latest HPE Shadowbase software releases, and recent enhancements to solve customer use case challenges such as:

·        Protecting and preserving your data

·        Ensuring your applications remain online

·        Recent trends, popular solutions, and utilities

If you would like us to give this presentation or other HPE Shadowbase topics to you or your staff, please contact us.

Gravic and Shadowbase Support are Available During the Pandemic

We are concerned for all of our friends in the HPE and Connect communities and pray that they remain safe through this unprecedented and dangerous situation! For the duration of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Gravic and its Shadowbase Products Group are open and operating with remote support and access. To reach Shadowbase Support, please use your normal Support contact information or use Support. Please use contact us for all other inquiries.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise globally sells and supports Shadowbase solutions under the name HPE Shadowbase. For more information, please contact your local HPE Shadowbase representative or visit our website. For additional information, please view our Shadowbase solution videos at


Specifications subject to change without notice. Trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. Copyright 2020.




Take a few minutes to view this informative Webinar discussing the only high performance, hybrid multi cloud solution on NonStop, TSI’s Purpose Built Backup Appliance, Storage Director:

This Webinar focuses on the use of Storage Director as a gateway to IBM Storage, particularly Flash. But remember, that’s on the backend of Storage Director, all NonStop servers are supported on SD’s front end. What this means of course, is that IBM Storage is fully functional with HPE NonStop. In fact,  Storage Director is the industry leading software defined, policy-based and tiered enterprise backup virtualization solution that enables data from any host, OS or backup application, to be backed up to any storage device, medium or technology. For Hybrid Multi-Cloud-based backup, Storage Director interfaces with IBM’s Cloud Object Storage, Hitachi’s HCP, or any S3 compatible cloud. 

So check out the Webinar, there’s lots more worthwhile information included that we’re sure will be of interest.

Also, visit for complete details on Storage Director, Back-ups to Public Clouds, Cloud Object Storage, and data security, and feel free to contact or our Director of Sales, Matt Allan at 713-492-7434



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MultiBatch: Tradition meets Modernisation


We know that for almost four decades, the HPE NonStop architecture has been the ideal choice when high level availability and reliability are paramount.

MultiBatch, conceived in 1985, has gone hand in hand with HPE NonStop providing workload automation on NonStop for over 30 years.  It is in many ways a mature product that is used by a loyal customer base.  Our customers have relied on the code stability and a measured and controlled approach to change.

But how can we bring MultiBatch to prominence in the new NonStop X world where the unique design that still provides the very highest availability levels is being introduced to a new generation of users?

I started work for Insider Technologies in October 2019 and was soon posing this question to myself.  Many discussions and brainstorming sessions later the future direction became clear.


Firstly, I needed to make sure I added value quickly.  As the dedicated Product Owner for MultiBatch these were my initial goals:


1)          Become an expert in the product, understand the architecture so I was confident in making change.

2)          Ensure we have quality processes for turning around fixes quickly and effectively.

3)          Introduce modern development practices, especially automated regression testing

4)          Make sure MultiBatch evolves to meet new customer needs.

The first three are just a matter of time, after all Insider Technologies are a quality oriented company and I have over 25 years’ experience as an HPE NonStop Architect and Designer.  We are already able to react more quickly to customer need and make the enhancements they require more efficiently.

For the fourth I needed a little more thought.  I understood Insider Technologies are a small agile company that is only able to be a significant player in relatively small markets where it may not be cost effective for larger companies to operate.  Knowing this made me sure the investment of time and effort to evolve MultiBatch would be worthwhile, it will always be a niche product and it is my job to make it the most significant player in its market.   

What underpins this evolution is creating an exciting vision to which our customers can contribute and buy into.  This is our roadmap, we now look a year ahead and a have wish list that can be prioritised and planned.  We have gone from ‘release when ready’ to ‘plan, estimate and release to agreed schedule’. 

Critically, we have introduced metrics and estimation, this is itself an evolving process where we become ever more accurate, using constant feedback to refine the metrics.

The road map is updated on a three monthly basis, it is all too easy to get lost in the detail of delivery and not take account of the bigger picture.  By reviewing regularly, we are able to refine our direction and ensure efforts are best utilised.  We may have limited resources but being focused allows us to deliver on our priorities.

Of course our customers are the most important stakeholders.  They should know for their own planning purposes when changes are to be delivered.  We need to get to a point where are customers are active contributors and challenge what we do.



 We know what is ahead even when there is a turn in the road! 

Photo by Matt Duncan on Unsplash


So what’s currently in our road map?

We have two threads, improving the base functionality and modernisation.

For the base functionality there a number of customer specific requests that have been estimated and scheduled for delivery.  Additionally, I realised that our OSS offering required some improvement.  We have completely reviewed MultiBatch OSS functionality and have detailed plans for many improvements.

The NonStop OSS software stack now provides a modern open environment with security, system management, middleware, Java/Java-frameworks, an open development environment and, of course, a scalable fault-tolerant database.

MultiBatch will become the obvious and maybe the only choice when a customer is looking for workload automation seamlessly across both Guardian and OSS. 

As a younger generation comes to NonStop they will expect to find the familiar, HPE themselves recognise this and are updating OSS to make sure it remains at the forefront of open standards.  As older applications running on Guardian are updated they can make use of OSS as their gateway to open modern architectures.


 MultiBatch where the latest works in unison with the tried and trusted!

 Photo by Todd MacDonald on Unsplash


MultiBatch has a decoupled architecture where discrete functionality has been separately added to complement what is already there, the new is added without comprising the integrity of earlier development.  This approach can be contrasted with the monolithic systems some have developed, where a change can have unforeseen effects in some distant part of the system.  MultiBatch has the advantage of being easy to understand from a development viewpoint, the learning curve is reduced because each part is not too large and can be learnt independently.

My approach to modernisation will be consistent with what has gone before.  We will look at discrete functionality that complements what we already have.  There are many ideas on our wish list, but first we are looking to provide a new browser based HTML5 interface to be offered in addition to the current SCOBOL interface.

Already we have undergone a Proof of Concept.  There were many products to evaluate and we have now chosen one, a technical design has been written and we have an estimate for delivery based on the PoC output.  The product and how we use it will be the subject of another article, you may be surprised by what you read.

Using HTML5 in a browser will allow us to provide a more dynamic interface.  We will start by providing the existing SCOBOL functionality and will then add automatic API driven screens to show for, for example, your running processes and their statuses.

Of course the interface will be improved using the richness of HTML5, for example we will make use of grids, tree lists and best practice navigation.

For the future we will be looking at open products to unlock the historical data we are starting to record, this will take the form of graphs, reports, alerts, dashboards and visualisations.

The photographs in this article were taken from  The internet’s source of freely-usable images.


Dave Hall Product Owner - MultiBatch


+44 (0)161 876 6606


Webinar: 5 Best Practices for HPE NonStop File Integrity Monitoring


File Integrity Monitoring (FIM) is a foundational requirement for security compliance frameworks to help identify unexpected or malicious activity across critical system files, diagnose unwanted or inadvertent changes, and shut down attacks before they have a chance to cause damage and disruption.


Organizations that collect and process credit card transactions and payments data must comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) requirements 10.5.5 and 11.5 that state organizations must make efforts to monitor file modifications and ensure the integrity of critical logs from within their Cardholder Data Environment (CDE).

On HPE NonStop servers, XYGATE SecurityOne (XS1) monitors and alerts when key files, objects, or system configurations are viewed, deleted, modified or ownership has changed. XS1 identifies who made the change and if the change put the system at risk or violated policy.

This intelligent form of real-time integrity monitoring simplifies monitoring activity and helps meet the strictest of compliance requirements while reducing noise generated by unnecessary alerts. Your resources are focused on the most critical security events.

Join XYPRO Technology’s Chief Product Officer & CISO, Steve Tcherchian, and Solutions Delivery Specialist, William Ferrara, as we demonstrate the Top 5HPE NonStop File Integrity Monitoring use Cases.

· Registration ·

Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 8:00 am PDT

Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 2020, 6:00 pm PDT

Wednesday, Tuesday, July 28, 2020, 11:00 am AEST


European NonStop HotSpot

Dear NonStop Community,

after the long Corona Covid-19 break we are very pleased to invite you to attend

the "European NonStop HotSpot / IT-Symposium 2020 - Conference & Exhibition"
currently still planned Sept. 7 -9, 2020
at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Berlin, Germany

It is one of the first conferences with physical attendance of attendees after the Covid-19 break.
As there are still travelling restrictions in some countries and in some companies, we have no idea how many persons will attend.

So please, if you are planning to attend, please register via our registration form at
The conference fee will be invoiced after the conference, so there is no risk for you.

During the whole event we will take care to ensure the health prevention regulatories given by government.
In case the conference has to be cancelled
because of restrictions given by government, luck of attendees or other matters we will inform you immediately.

A strong agenda with sessions and workshops combined with social events will allow you to meet customers, senior HPE management representatives and HPE solution partners (personal and by Video). Furthermore the event could be an
interesting platform to discuss new aspects and experiences making during the Pandemie and concerning IT-business.

For a first detailed Agenda and more information on the conference please visit our website at

We hope we can meet you personally again on September, 7-9, 2020 in the exciting city of Berlin!

Kind Regards

Dr. Werner Alexi        Roland Martin            Pamela Bogner
CEO GTUG e.V.        CFO GTUG e.V.        Conference Organization

Mobile +49 175/526 82 94

German NonStop User Group e.V.
Member of Connect Deutschland

GTUG e.V., Akeleistraße 8, 83646 Bad Tölz, Germany
Board: Dr. Werner Alexi (CEO), Roland Martin (CFO)
VAT Registration Number: DE229961164



Lusis Payments Welcomes Mercedes Fabila to the North American Sales Team

Lusis sets to expand its presence in Mexico and select countries of Latin America.

Lusis Payments, leading global innovator of mission-critical payments software and data science technology, is pleased to announce the newest addition to its sales executive team, Mercedes Fabila. Fabila joins the company as the Director of Sales, Mexico and Latin America. 

Lusis is best known for its TANGO solution, an online transaction processing engine for mission-critical 24x7 solutions including payments, retail, loyalty, finance, fraud, utilities, and transport.  TANGO delivers performance, availability, and scalability, with a rich set of functionalities, all from a single architecture. TANGO is built on a highly performing micro-service architecture providing agile delivery for business needs. Lusis has also made significant advancements in Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, FX Trading, ISO 20022, Fraud and Blockchain.

“I am extremely proud to be part of this great company and team. For these challenging times, organizations require innovation, faster implementations, more efficiency, and next-gen technology,” said Mercedes Fabila. An accomplished sales technology professional, Fabila has been in the NonStop payments industry for nearly thirty years with experience at Scotiabank, Banamex, Compaq and HPE among others.

“We are very excited to be further expanding our presence in Mexico and select countries in Latin America,” said Brian Miller, Lusis General Manager.  “Mercedes is a seasoned professional with an outstanding track record, and we are eager to work with her to provide the best technology solutions in the industry.”


For more information visit:


Brian Miller
Lusis Payments, North America
(415) 829-4577



The Europeans try once more to help us pay


News emerged this last month of the europeans banks once again trying to expand consumer choice and give consumers another option for payment at the point of sale.  It’s not like we europeans are short of options; across the broad continent, products like Klarna enable the “buy-now pay-later” model at the moment of online purchase without the hassle of signing up.  Similarly ApplePay, Samsung Pay, Android Pay and other mobile wallets are also options at the POS and ePOS.  The new initiative I mention is currently known as the European Payments Initiative (EPI). Some 16 banks have joined together with a plan to offer a Direct Debit payment mechanism at the POS.  The model is not that different from the iDeal payment product as offered to dutch consumers today, except that EPI aims to be a cross-border version of the same.   The bigger question is who benefits and why go to all the trouble?  Surely people can pay cross-border already with their debit cards, in Euros. Euros are euros, right?  Well yes, however, the great attraction for merchants to these scheme is that the banks can start to control this payment scheme.  It will not pass via any of the existing card networks, such as Visa or MasterCard.  So fees and rules will be managed by the association of banks themselves.  Merchants too will benefit from this as they will be afforded greater protection from chargebacks and friendly fraud. You might also consider this as the banks starting to nibble away at the card schemes.  Although it appears to be more of a defensive measure and a wish to control the large bill of fees that are due to the schemes for issuing of card products and the acquiring of card transactions.


e-commerce will also embrace this new payment product, as it will continue to evolve and include new payment methods. As an aside, even my local dentist offered me the opportunity to pay e-commerce style as I stood there with card in hand.  I can foresee the day when we no longer distinguish between face to face commerce in a shop and online e-commerce.  They will become one.




OmniPayments helps payments institutions who need to integrate their payment methods and channels, issue card products both virtual and real, or who acquire payment transactions from a broad choice of consumer payment tokens, or who want to expand payment choices for their clients.  We provide opportunities to streamline payment technology and improve bottom-line profitability. 

Our Customers today run profitable businesses of their own, and continue to improve their profit margins with Return on Investment figures of less than 12 months.

Whether you want to issue emergency payment vouchers, issue payment tokens to mobiles, process QR code payments, accept traditional card payments, consider our rapid private cloud-based solution to get you up and running in weeks.

Follow OmniPayments on Twitter at @omnipayments, visit our website at, or email us at



Compliance Issues with File Integrity Monitoring?

How One Financial Institution Solved Theirs with CSP


File Integrity Monitoring is an important requirement of the PCI data security standard for maintaining confidential (e.g., cardholder) information, and is considered a crucial part of protecting business assets.

NonStop systems are now being used in far more dynamic situations and have more external connections than ever before. The ubiquity of payment cards for personal electronic transactions has changed the security equation in a fundamental way.

Any compromise in security is likely to have far reaching consequences, both in terms of financial loss, and for the wider damage to an organization’s reputation. Protecting personal cardholder information is paramount.

In this context, File Integrity Monitoring should be considered an important security necessity, not just for PCI compliance, but in order to preserve the integrity of all NonStop systems.

Toronto Based Firm Receives Compliance Requirement

CSP recently received a request by a large, Toronto based, financial institution regarding File Integrity Monitoring.  The client wished to improve their file monitoring process and had also received new compliance requirements regarding their file monitoring abilities. Specifically, they were having issues enabling file monitoring for a payment application.

It was crucial for them to know which changes had been made to critical files and to also have the ability to flag any unauthorized changes, compare file sets on different systems, report on changes to file attributes, and generate regular reports for managers and auditors. File monitoring was also required on an ongoing basis.

After evaluating their requirements, CSP recommended Verify EliteTM, a solution specifically designed for monitoring changes to files and generating compliance reports.


Verify Elite: The Complete Solution for

File Integrity Monitoring & Compliance


NonStop systems are now being used in far more dynamic situations and have more external connections than ever before. Any compromise to the security of a system can have sweeping consequences, including financial loss and damage to an organization’s reputation. File Integrity Monitoring should be considered an important security requirement, one that is necessary to protect sensitive data and preserve the integrity of all NonStop systems.

Verify Elite is a complete NonStop compliance and file integrity monitoring solution that ensures that your NonStop System's security (Guardian & OSS) meets industry standards and regulations, like PCI DSS, SOX, and GDPR.

The new and improved Verify Elite compliance solution now looks better than ever!

We’ve made it even easier for you to address the critical file monitoring and compliance reporting requirements for PCI/GDPR with significant changes to the UI, for an Enhanced User Experience.

We’ve also added helpful tips across the product and made it even more intuitive to use.


Newly Redesigned Enhanced UI


Verify Elite's Security Compliance Monitor can ensure your compliance with regulations and internal security policies by performing regularly scheduled compliance checks.

And by executing regularly scheduled file integrity checks, Verify Elite's File Integrity Monitor ensures that any unauthorized changes are immediately identified and reported.


Guardian Result History Screens


What’s New in Verify Elite 2.40

Some key features included in the latest release of Verify Elite are the new “Binder Timestamp” flag for Guardian File Integrity Check and the EMS logging options.

Key Features:

·        Pre-built customizable compliance rules

·        Monitors both Guardian & OSS files

·        Detailed compliance reporting

·        Intuitive GUI makes compliance checking & audit reporting easy


·        Meets PCI-DSS regulation 11.5

·        Easily integrated with enterprise security tools

·        Real time notifications with Alert-Plus

·        Multi-Node Fileset Compare


The regular comparison of fileset across nodes should also be a part of the process to ensure the integrity of your files. Verify Elite’s Multi-Node Fileset Compare feature permits the comparison of filesets located either locally or across NonStop nodes. For example, files that are replicated to backup environments need to be regularly compared to production files to ensure their integrity.



Guardian Fileset Result Compare


CSP - Compliance at your Fingertips™

For complimentary access to CSP-Wiki®, an extensive repository of NonStop security knowledge and best practices, please visit

We Built the Wiki for NonStop Security ®

The CSP Team     

+1(905) 568 –8900





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Integrate Your HPE NonStop Servers With CyberArk

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CyberArk’s Brian Carpenter, Director of Business Development for CyberArk the global leader in privileged access management, and Steve Tcherchian, Chief Product Officer and Chief Information Security Officer for XYPRO Technology Corporation, a leading cybersecurity solutions company Co-presented on the topic of integrating HPE NonStop servers with CyberArk.

CyberArk Privileged Access Security Solution secures, manages, automates, and logs all activities associated with privileged access. The two cybersecurity professionals detailed current attack vectors and analyzed real use cases on how your HPE NonStop servers can seamlessly integrate with CyberArk processes to help ensure complete visibility, traceability, automation, and security of your HPE NonStop servers.

“The largest security risks to any organization are the misuse or compromise of privileged credentials,” said Tcherchian. “Privileged accounts are a particular risk as they enable elevated access to your organization’s mission-critical data.”

“Because of the fear of ‘breaking something’ that could impact the ATM, POS, Mobile, or Payments infrastructure, many applications and systems were initially deployed, years ago, with passwords for privileged accounts that were and still are rarely rotated, shared, and improperly stored,” said Tcherchian. “This practice should be keeping CIOs and CISOs up at night, especially since there is something they can do about it.”

The compromise of privileged accounts is connected to nearly all targeted attacks. Proper credential storage and management are paramount for responsible risk mitigation. If you are still manually managing privileged access, you’re not doing all you can to protect your systems. It’s not news that anything manual is resource-intensive, error-prone, and leaves gaps in your security.

A Privileged Access Management solution provides the ideal capabilities for automating these activities. In this webinar, XYPRO and CyberArk discuss how the HPE NonStop server integration helps with visibility, traceability, automation, and security.


*Originally broadcast live June 24th, 2020


Check Out These New YouTube Videos Featuring NuWave's CTO



NuWave's latest wave of short YouTube clips features CTO Dave Belliveau presenting on the latest features of LightWave ClientTM and LightWave ServerTM. In the video pictured here, Dave talks about working with optional elements in both products. In this week's video, Dave will discuss BLOB (binary large object) support, and next week he will get into message logging. Head on over to NuWave's YouTube page to view these and other short videos from NuWave team members!

LightWave ClientTM is a solution designed for HPE NonStop users that allows them to access public and private REST APIs from their NonStop applications. LightWave ServerTM allows NonStop customers to expose their applications as REST services, so they can then be accessed by other parts of the organization, customers, or partners.

If you are interested in any of the features mentioned above or would like to request other features, let us know!


Miss TANDsoft’s VIRTUG-NUG Presentation? Here’s Your Chance to See It

A recent VIRTU-NUG meeting highlighted FS Compare and Repair and FS Backup and Restore, two blazing fast new products from TANDsoft Inc. If you missed TANDsoft’s presentation, it is available at at the 1 hour, 34 minutes mark. VIRTU-NUG is a series of virtual user group meetings sponsored by Connect Worldwide and the HPE NonStop partner community.

FS Compare and Repair identifies, reports, and resolves inconsistencies in live and offline databases. In one customer trial, FS Compare and Repair reduced data validation from 1 hour, 12 minutes to 4 minutes. In another test, FS Compare was able to validate two 40 gigabyte files in 6 minutes. It is the most rapid compare/repair solution for use in the NonStop environment and works with all NonStop data replication products.

Backup times that formerly take hours can be reduced to minutes with FS Backup and Restore. Rather than archive whole files to disk, tape or virtual tape, FS Backup detects file data-block modifications and archives only the changes. FS Restore then can retrieve the saved file data-block modifications and will apply the changes to rebuild the original file. FS Backup and Restore complements the HPE NonStop Backup and Restore utilities as well as all third-party storage solutions.

Both FS Compare and Repair and FS Backup and Restore require zero application modifications. They are easy to install, easy to use, and are certified on all HPE NonStop servers.

Explore details about all TANDsoft solutions at, then contact the following: Jack Di Giacomo (+1 514-695-2234 / ); Dieter Orlowski (+1 303-263-4381 /; and Tim Dunne (+1 402-216-7402 /


Fighting Fraud with the Latest Technologies TANGO AIF


The need for a cutting-edge, real-time fraud solution has never been so critical as it is now. The world has seen an unprecedented switch from CP (cardholder present), CNP (cardholder not present) to online transactions, which has massively changed the patterns of fraudulent activity for OLTP (online transaction processing). Organizations that process online payments need the agility to rapidly counteract this industry swing. Lusis Payments is in the perfect position to help you achieve this.

The Changing Retail Banking Landscape Across the retail banking sector, every acquiring and issuing payments environment must have the dexterity to manage all of these activities while meeting strict compliance guidelines, managing data and IT cybersecurity, and more.
Ultra-intelligent and safe financial fraud and payments systems are a prerequisite for any modern economy. They enable everyday transactions, thus providing the foundation for commerce and trade.

Over time, all payments ecosystems globally have developed inefficiencies and lost some of their ability to innovate and adapt to the changing needs of end-users. The platforms tend to be old, outdated systems that have inefficiently evolved together over time. And fraudsters love this — it's “easy pickings” for them.  

The Solution: Tango AIF™ by Lusis

By deploying Lusis AI Fraud powered by Tango (Tango AIF™) you will get the leading-edge solution for fraud monitoring, detection and action — technology that provides the latest methods for processing secure transactions, irrespective of source, nature or market segment.

Tighter payments regulations; evolving platforms, and new initiatives, such as PSD2, GDPR and 3DS2.0, etc., require advanced fraud technology. That is why implementing a solution like Tango AIF to enrich detection to combat fraud is critical. As service providers, retail banking organizations need to maintain control over these issues while upholding compliance and protecting revenues.


Read the full article at:


Brian Miller
Lusis Payments, North America
(415) 829-4577



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