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Screen6 announced the launch of idSync, a new data syncing technology that precisely matches IDs between multiple datasets offline. idSync is not reliant on traditional cookie syncing to connect datasets but instead operates independently between platforms to support device matching and ID resolution for optimal match rates.

Screen6 launches idSync, a new data syncing technology that precisely matches IDs between multiple datasets offline. idSync is not reliant on traditional cookie syncing to connect datasets, but instead operates independently between platforms to support device matching and ID resolution for optimal match rates.

Cross-device verification allows companies to compare the precision and coverage of each device graph to determine the best cross-device provider for their business. David de Jong, CEO of Screen6, shares how to properly calculate precision of a device graph and explains key points to consider when choosing a vendor.

Ad tech is struggling to transition to a state of full maturity, and that’s largely due to the continued acceptance of half-truths and inadequate technological shortcuts. The truth is that cross-device is being inadequately addressed by many players within the marketing industry, and the vast majority of companies that say they’re enabling cross-device are either openly lying or seriously bending the truth.

Having the power to block devices is of paramount importance when combating organized e-commerce fraud. Quickly identifying and blocking a device being used by a fraudster restricts the possibility that a single device will generate numerous accounts with different payment information on a merchant’s platform. We explain the vital role of cross-device identification in online security.