Israeli client taps cVidya against vote cheats

Keshet, an Israeli TV show producer, has signed up cVidya Networks for consulting services regarding fraud in tele-voting.
 
cVidya will provide consultation on issues including securing mobile payment transactions and preventing user fraud activities across multi-platforms such as mobile, internet and tele-voting applications.
 
Also, cVidya will provide Keshet with the strategies and tools needed to maintain a secure voting platform which contends with potential fraud threats and assures voting revenues.
 
Keshet is conducting various voting activities and constantly looking to expand these services to new and modern areas, which requires adequate planning and maintaining the monitoring systems in top shape.

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