Strategies to help combat fraud
See how innovative companies are advancing fraud detection through enhanced analytics, technology and operational strategies.
BALANCING FRAUD DETECTION AND THE CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE
Why it can be more important to identify the good customers than the fraudulent ones
Customers of a digital business create an intricate online footprint as they transact online. Businesses that capture and truly understand a complete identity based on online and offline attributes can seamlessly authenticate good customers and reliably spot the fraudulent or hijacked identities – in real time.
LOOKING TO THE HORIZON
The Future of Risk in Banking
Banking faces a multitude of risks that seem to evolve daily. But your institution doesn’t have to be a victim. Find out how you can be more proactive about identifying and managing these risks – and how technology can help keep you one step ahead of potential threats. Download this eBook and stay up-to-date.
WHY YOUR BANK IS BETTER OFF WITH FEWER FRAUD ALERTS
Four ways to combat fraud more effectively
As cybercrime escalates, banks are suffering significantly. The cost of cybercrime in the financial services sector rose 11 percent in the past year. A rise in fraud translates into higher volume of fraud alerts that can overwhelm bank fraud investigators. In this paper, you’ll learn how to use a systematic approach to reduce alert volume, decrease your institution’s overall risk profile and lock out fraud.
OMNI-CHANNEL PAYMENTS FRAUD
Demanding New Security Solutions
Financial institutions are under unprecedented pressure from market competitiveness and growing customer expectations. These organizations need to get new products and services to market faster, while controlling the risk of fraud. This paper explores the evolving omni-channel banking environment, the sophisticated attacks that fraudsters are unleashing every day and the successful use of behavioral analytics to address this challenge.