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Published By: BehavioSec     Published Date: Oct 04, 2019
A Global 2000 bank was evaluating new methods of authentication for their digital clients to protect accounts under constant attack by malware and fraudsters. In evaluating behavior biometric vendors, they selected BehavioSec, for its enterprise grade capabilities to be deployed on-premise and integrate with existing legacy risk management systems.
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Published By: BehavioSec     Published Date: Sep 30, 2019
A Global 2000 bank was evaluating new methods of authentication for their digital clients to protect accounts under constant attack by malware and fraudsters. In evaluating behavior biometric vendors, they selected BehavioSec, for its enterprise grade capabilities to be deployed on-premise and integrate with existing legacy risk management systems.
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Published By: ttec     Published Date: Sep 13, 2019
According to the annual report on fraud and internet crime published by the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3), a staggering total of more than $2.7 billion was lost through online fraud and financial crime in 2018, the last full year available. And according to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), there were more than 1.4 million fraud reports in that same time period. Many of these fraud events involved brand impersonation or illegal activities conducted via a brand’s website. In other words, the trust and faith the public has in your brand can be used as a cover for illegal activities, making fraudsters’ schemes appear authentic or trustworthy. To keep the trust within your brand, download the whitepaper to learn how and why identifying and stopping online fraud is essential.
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Published By: FICO EMEA     Published Date: Aug 30, 2019
Telecommunications companies lost more than $29 billion to consumer fraud in 2017 globally (1.27% of their revenues). The largest and most advanced communications service providers (CSPs) have sophisticated fraud detection systems and processes in place, but those organizations are now questioning their fraud readiness. Are they doing enough? Fraudsters may be individuals or increasingly sophisticated criminal networks. They constantly develop new methods and target new lines of business Read this interview where Anat Hoida, Head of the FICO’s Telecom Practice in Europe, Middle East, and Africa, discusses the impacts of the evolving spectrum of fraud risks on the growth and competitiveness of CSPs globally.
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telecom subscription fraud, prevent fraud, fight fraud using analytics
    
FICO EMEA
Published By: FICO EMEA     Published Date: Aug 28, 2019
Synthetic Identity Fraud is growing in both scope and complexity. As your fraud protection efforts succeed in some areas of your business, fraudsters are devising new ways to penetrate your defenses. Do you understand the concepts of Bust Out Fraud, Data Furnishing, and Piggybacking? These are just some of the new techniques that fraudsters are using to exploit the holes in your fraud defenses. Download the eBook "Synthetic Identities: Are You Chasing Invisible Footprints?" This insightful eBook illustrates the aggressive techniques that fraudsters are using and answers questions such as: What are the six major factors driving the growth in Synthetic Identity Fraud? How are synthetic identities used? What are Bust Out Fraud, Data Furnishing, and Piggybacking, and how do they work? Perhaps more importantly, what are the state-of-the-art strategies used to fight these increasingly sophisticated fraud techniques?
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synthetic identity fraud, manage fraud
    
FICO EMEA
Published By: Iovation     Published Date: Aug 02, 2019
You may have heard that storing device data for more than a few months has no value because fraudsters frequently switch devices. Our data shows otherwise. Over a typical 30-day period, iovation saw 2M transactions from devices with a history of fraud that was first seen on our network 3+ years earlier. That number is even more sobering for devices first seen 1-2 years earlier: 16M transactions. Fortunately, iovation’s unique device history capability provides our customers with the knowledge of whether a device has a history of fraud.
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Published By: Iovation     Published Date: Aug 02, 2019
Insurance fraud is back with a vengeance. With four out of ten mobile claims estimated to be fraudulent, using connected devices have made it easier than ever for fraudsters to commit insurance crimes. Gather insights from the live panel discussion hosted by MoneyLIVE & TransUnion. As fraud experts examine current trends & impacts of insurance fraud in today's digital age and learn how to overcome insurance fraud while protecting your customer relationships. What you will learn: Key trends behind fraud and the way in which they are impacting insurers. How to tackle fraud and identify red flags by using a holistic approach. Explore trigger points that can help warn insurers of when there is a high chance of fraudulent activity. Identify the genuine customers and their genuine claims from the fraudsters.
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botnet, insurance claims fraud, fraud rings, account takeover
    
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Published By: Sift     Published Date: Jul 12, 2019
"What trends should you be following for the next 6 months? We’ve pored over the data, sorted through the news, and interviewed experts and (former) fraudsters. Whether you’re planning for the next month, quarter, or year, this ebook can be your guide. READ THIS GUIDE TO FIND OUT: How fraudsters are using technology against us Whether cryptocurrencies are driving fraud or helping to stop it What GDPR tells us about the future of regulation Why content abuse is getting harder to fight How businesses balance user experience with protecting user data "
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Published By: F5 Networks Singapore Pte Ltd     Published Date: Jun 18, 2019
Digital innovation has changed everything: the money is everywhere, so every business is a potential target for fraud. Banks and financial institutions used to be the primary targets of fraud. Why banks? To quote the notorious American bank robber Willie Sutton, “because that’s where the money is.” While banks remain firmly in the crosshairs of fraudsters, the avalanche of digital business innovation has changed everything. Since the money is everywhere, every business is a potential target for fraud. The same technology that helps us find airfare deals, sweet concert seats, or the best prices on the hottest Jordan shoes– that is, bots–can now be used by criminals. Fraudsters employ automated, faceless bots that scour business apps looking for any opportunity to profit. And since fraud targets business-process weaknesses and not just software vulnerabilities, you may not even know when it is happening.
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F5 Networks Singapore Pte Ltd
Published By: SAS     Published Date: Nov 16, 2018
Medicaid fraud is prevalent, costly and difficult to prevent. With a combination of more integrated data and advanced analytics, state agencies can turn the tables on fraudsters. They can accelerate the transition from detection to prevention, as new forms of fraud are recognized faster and fewer improper payments go out the door. This IIA Discussion Summary explores the challenges and opportunities in preventing Medicaid fraud in an interview with SAS’ Ellen Joyner-Roberson, Principal Marketing Manager for Fraud and Security Intelligence, and Victor Sterling, Principal Solutions Architect.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Nov 16, 2018
More account openings are taking place through digital devices and online, giving the access and anonymity fraudsters need to steal or fabricate identities. Since credit fraud often starts with a falsified application, it makes sense to have strong tools to monitor loans and credit lines from that point onward. This paper discusses analytics-driven methods for validating applications and spotting trouble at all three stages of bust-out fraud schemes.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Oct 03, 2018
Unlike rules-based systems, which are fairly easy for fraudsters to test and circumvent, machine learning adapts to changing behaviors in a population through automated model building. With every iteration, the algorithms get smarter and more accurately find activities that represent risk to the firm.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Oct 03, 2018
Fraudsters are only becoming smarter. How is your organization keeping pace and staying ahead of fraud schemes and regulatory mandates to monitor for them? Technology is redefining what’s possible in fighting fraud and financial crimes, and SAS is at the forefront, offering solutions to: • Protect from reputational, regulatory and financial risks. • Reduce the cost of fraud and financial crimes prevention. • Gain a holistic view of risk across functions. • Include cyber events in regulatory report filings. In this e-book, learn the basics in how to prevent fraud, achieve compliance and preserve security. SAS fraud solutions use advanced analytics and artificial intelligence to help your organization better detect and prevent fraud. By applying analytics and powerful machine learning on a unifying platform, SAS helps organizations around the globe detect more financial offenses, reduce false positives and run more efficient investigations.
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Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Sep 24, 2018
With physical and online information security always growing stronger and harder to crack, fraudsters gravitate toward the weakest link in your security—your contact center and voice channels. For many years, our annual fraud reports have shown that fraudsters increasingly exploit the phone channel. Fraud rates continue to increase every year, and this year is no different. Between 2016 (1 in 937 calls) and 2017 (1 in 638 calls), the overall voice channel fraud rate increased by 47%, continuing on the upward trend from last year 113% increase.1 From 2013 through 2017 we have seen the fraud rate climb over 350%, with no signs of slowing down. It is important to note, that some verticals (i.e. Retail) experience even higher fraud rates than shown here.
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Pindrop Security
Published By: SAS     Published Date: Aug 13, 2018
You may know some data management basics, but are you aware of the transformational results that can result from doing data management right? This paper explains core data management capabilities, then describes how a solid data management foundation can help you get more out of your data. Fraudsters are only becoming smarter. How is your organization keeping pace and staying ahead of fraud schemes and regulatory mandates to monitor for them? In this e-book, learn the basics in how to prevent fraud, achieve compliance and preserve security.
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Published By: CyberSource EMEA     Published Date: Jun 28, 2018
It has to be quick and easy for people to pay. At the same time, fraudsters are probing the weaknesses of new digital processes. As the person who can decide whether a transaction is accepted or rejected, fraud managers have a pivotal role. They’re not just preventing losses from chargebacks. They’re gatekeepers to accepting more revenue. It’s a complex job. But get it right, and they enable their business to engage customers better – across devices and places. And that can mean supporting the very growth of the business. In this landscape, the idea that a technology like machine learning might be the answer to all the industry’s needs is attractive. But while machine learning should be a key part of an effective fraud strategy, the truth is that there’s no silver bullet. So, in this paper, we’ll look at how best to put machine learning to use. By employing it in tandem with expert insight, merchants can use it to accept the optimal number of payments. And make a direct impact on the
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Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
Fraudsters' increasing sophistication and evolving techniques are what make your job challenging and require a methodical approach to security.
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Pindrop Security
Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
As fraudsters grow in sophistication and experience, they often aren’t acting alone. Syndicated crime rings are big business around the world. In the fraud economy, different fraudsters specialize in different aspects of the attack, from gathering data and creating profiles of targeted victims, to socially engineering call center agents, to creating tools like robotic dialers. These fraudsters might work alone, selling their skills on the black market. In other cases, fraudsters are running entire call centers overseas dedicated to executing attacks.
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Pindrop Security
Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
As fraudsters grow in sophistication and experience, they often aren’t acting alone. Syndicated crime rings are big business around the world. In the fraud economy, different fraudsters specialize in different aspects of the attack, from gathering data and creating profiles of targeted victims, to socially engineering call center agents, to creating tools like robotic dialers. These fraudsters might work alone, selling their skills on the black market. In other cases, fraudsters are running entire call centers overseas dedicated to executing attacks.
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Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Mar 21, 2018
For a long time, the phone channel was thought to be isolated and less important to defend, when compared to the physical and online channels. The general consensus was that fraudsters could only steal so much over the phone, and it had little impact on fraud across the rest of the organization. But those assumptions are wrong, and they’re becoming grossly inaccurate as technology evolves. The phone channel is now more vulnerable and exploitable than ever before, as annual fraud loss is now a $14 billion problem. Between aggressive fraud rings, social engineering and sophisticated techniques, vulnerable call centers are feeling the sting. Legacy and stand-alone solutions won’t stand up to the perseverance and lengths to which fraudsters are willing to go.
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Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Mar 21, 2018
As fraudsters grow in sophistication and experience, they often aren’t acting alone. Syndicated crime rings are big business around the world. In the fraud economy, different fraudsters specialize in different aspects of the attack, from gathering data and creating profiles of targeted victims, to socially engineering call center agents, to creating tools like robotic dialers. These fraudsters might work alone, selling their skills on the black market. In other cases, fraudsters are running entire call centers overseas dedicated to executing attacks.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Mar 06, 2018
Tax fraud is already prevalent, and fraudsters are more sophisticated and automated than ever. To get ahead of the game in detecting fraud and protecting revenue, tax agencies need to leverage more advanced and predictive analytics. Legacy processes, systems, and attitudes need not stand in the way. To explore the challenges, opportunities, and value of tax fraud analytics, IIA spoke with Deborah Pianko, a Government Fraud Solutions Architect within the SAS Security Intelligence practice.
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Jan 17, 2018
Financial institutions (FIs) must support the channels and services that consumers demand in order to remain competitive with each other and with disruptive competitors. To that end, supporting account opening, delivering new transactional features, and facilitating payments through digital channels have become table stakes. Unfortunately, the speed and convenience that these capabilities afford is a benefit to consumers and fraudsters alike. To successfully prevent fraud while retaining the benefits of offering digital financial services, FIs must understand how fraudsters are exploiting these capabilities and fight fraud with customer experience in mind.
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 26, 2017
These days, fraudsters have it easier than ever. The volume of devices commonly in use and the numbers of applications and websites accessed daily have grown so large so fast that organizations can be overwhelmed in trying to protect their resources and their users. The result? Innocent—but sometimes devastating—errors. An organization may deploy only partial measures to protect against threats. And users may actively work around protection to avoid cumbersome security procedures.
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malware detection, fraud protection technology, user behavior, threat intelligence, fraud indicators
    
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Published By: Q2 eBanking     Published Date: Oct 24, 2017
Banks and credit unions can prevent fraudsters and other cybercriminals from gaining an upper hand on them by using more sophisticated protection. This protection is found in five layers of proactive security defense. Q2’s paper, Multilayer Security— Because a moat is not enough, discusses these essential layers to keeping account holders secure.
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