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.
While mobile threats are still largely mischiefware and have not yet broken the device’s security model but instead more focused on for-pay texting scams or stealing personal information, the dangers are still rife. This white paper from BlueCoat examines the mobile threat landscape and the behavioral patterns of mobile users that make them most vulnerable to data loss, malicious applications, fraud and other mobile threats.
All indicators are up when it comes to mobility: More devices, more users, more budget, and more applications. Business technology leaders must begin planning now for a security paradigm shift, one that will pull together disparate security policies into a single, user-centric, universal policy that can apply to whatever devices and apps employees use. This white paper from BlueCoat explores the new security challenges mobility trends are creating, and how security must change to meet them.
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.
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
This white paper shows how integrated security suites can help organizations achieve high security and compliance with internal and external mandates, while also providing lower out-of-pocket costs, simplified management, and no compatibility issues.
People on the frontlines of public-sector fraud management have considerable need to detect, monitor and prevent fraud in real time. They recognize that speed in analysis, detection, investigations and simulations is the key to minimizing taxpayer dollars lost to fraud. Read the report to learn more.
IBM's i2 Analyst’s Notebook offers a wide range of analysis and visualization capabilities that can aid in the identification of key actionable intelligence. Download this IBM White Paper to discover and deliver actionable intelligence to help identify, predict and prevent criminal, terrorist, and fraudulent activities with IBM i2 Analyst's Notebook.
IBM® i2® Analyst’s Notebook® provides rich visual analysis capabilities that help to quickly turn complex sets of disparate information into high-quality, actionable intelligence. It is designed to help analysts, and others involved in intelligence analysis, identify, predict, and prevent criminal, terrorist and fraudulent activities.
This whitepaper talks about how organized criminals and lone fraudsters are continuously adapting to the ever-changing world we live in. Through IBM solutions for insurance fraud prevention, both enterprise and industry-wide financial institutions can prevent future fraud.
The IBM Counter-Fraud Management for Insurance solution is designed to help insurers prevent and intercept attempted fraud while detecting, identifying, and building the case against past fraudulent activity and improper payments.
For the past decade, financial institutions have created sophisticated digital platforms for consumers to access, save, share and interact with their financial accounts. As sophisticated as these digital platforms have become, cyber criminals continue to pose an ever-present risk for everyone – from individual consumers to large corporations.
In his recent article, 2018 Outlook: Customer Experience and Security Strike a Balance,
Andrew Davies, vice president of global market strategy for Fiserv’s Financial Crime Risk Management division, explains how and why security will become a key differentiator for financial institutions as they respond to a changing landscape, which includes:
• Global payment initiatives
• Open Banking standards
• Artificial intelligence and machine learning
• Consumer demand for real-time fraud prevention and detection
Published By: Proofpoint
Published Date: May 30, 2018
Email fraud is rife – business email compromise (BEC) is costing companies billions, and consumer phishing is at an all-time high. The majority of these email attacks are also preventable.
Utilising the power of email authentication, Email Fraud Defence protects your organisation from all phishing attacks that spoof trusted domains.
Visibility of who is sending email across your email ecosystem allows you to authorise all legitimate senders and block fraudulent emails before they reach your employees, customers and business partners.
Protect your email ecosystem from today’s advanced email threats including business email compromise (BEC) and consumer phishing. Proofpoint Email Fraud Defence gives you the visibility, toolset and services needed to authorise legitimate email senders and block fraudulent messages before they reach the inbox.
Expense fraud costs a median loss of $33,000 in each instance, according to Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). Despite the nonchalant attitude of many employees, expense fraud is a crime that affects organizations large and small.
Fraud preventative solutions are designed to avert new accounts fraud before it occurs. The strategic advantage of fraud prevention therefore lies in the ability avoid losses to institutions and consumers.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a global security program created to increase confidence in the payment card industry and reduce risks to PCI members, merchants, service providers and consumers. It was developed by the major credit card companies as a guideline to help organizations that process card payments prevent credit card fraud.
Published By: IDology
Published Date: Feb 11, 2008
There is a new automated technology available now that is helping businesses combat identity theft and prevent fraud. It is called identity proofing and it is specifically designed to verify consumer identities online. With all the fraud prevention solutions available in the market today you are probably wondering, does my company really need to use an identity proofing solution?
Read this paper to learn how to combine powerful analytical techniques with your existing fraud detection and prevention efforts and deploy results to the people who can use the information to eradicate fraud and recoup money.
Health insurers have long been plagued by issues of fraud, waste, abuse, error and corruption. Taking an enterprise approach to payment integrity – one that combines advanced data management and sophisticated analytics – can help payers detect and prevent fraud; effect positive change in how providers, employees and patients behave; and substantially reduce health care costs. Payers can achieve better outcomes when software support for the core disciplines of payment integrity run on a single platform.