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Anzu and CHEQ Launch First Ad-Verification Solution for 3D Video Gaming

Turner, Part of Warner Media Group, Will Lead the Beta-Testing of the New Services, Providing 3D Viewability Measurement, Ad-Fraud Prevention, and Brand-Safety for In-Game Advertising for Playstation, Xbox and PC Blended in-game advertising platform Anzu and military-grade cybersecurity company CHEQ announced a partnership to deliver the first-ever ad-verification solution for console gaming. The move enables, for the first time, the dynamic serving of programmatic ads integrated directly into game play, within a…

Nearly Two-Thirds of Advertisers Say Brand Safety Tools Are Not Fit for Purpose

Brand Marketers Say They Would Forgo the Use of Solutions If They Were Not Achieving Adequate Reach Though almost all advertisers are using technology to prevent brand safety incidents, almost two thirds (61 percent) are seriously concerned that such tools are not fit for purpose, according to a new report from military-grade cybersecurity company CHEQ and media publisher Digiday. The survey of 300 brands, agencies and publishers found that 85 percent of brands have used safety technology for more than a year, 11…

CHEQ Report: Online Ad Fraud To Cost $23 Billion Globally in 2019

Marketers are expected to lose $23 billion this year in online ad spending because of ad fraud, a global economic study by CHEQ has revealed. The military-grade cybersecurity company commissioned a report about the full scale of ad fraud, undertaken with economist Roberto Cavazos, a professor at the University of Baltimore, using the latest economic analysis, proprietary CHEQ data, and expert interviews. The report finds that while direct global economic costs of ad fraud are conservatively placed at $23 billion, indirect…