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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: 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: 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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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: Iovation     Published Date: Sep 25, 2009
Online businesses today face a daunting battle in combatting online fraud and abuse. Existing identity-based and credit risk scoring systems are being challenged by fraudsters and fraud rings. They capitalize on cheap identities they use to repeatedly target a business or industry. Using device identification to establish device reputations and expose repeat offenders and fraud rings changes everything.
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software-as-a-service (saas) solution, device identification technology, discovery of hidden associations, fact-based fraud management, ip geolocation data, reputation sharing, audit logs, reputation trust rules, shared device reputation
    
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Published By: ThreatMetrix.     Published Date: Jan 30, 2009
This white paper highlights a surprising new approach to fraud prevention: remotely recognizing a fraudster’s PC (or other device). Even with identity (password/credit card) theft, the device stays the same!
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threatmetrix, online fraudsters, identity thieves, fraud prevention, device intelligence, security
    
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Published By: ThreatMetrix     Published Date: Jan 21, 2009
This white paper highlights a surprising new approach to fraud prevention: remotely recognizing a fraudster’s PC (or other device). Even with identity (password/credit card) theft, the device stays the same!
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threatmetrix, online fraudsters, identity thieves, fraud prevention, device intelligence
    
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