New Account Fraud: Still a Model of Success
Account origination fraud remains one of the fastest growing threats today for organizations ranging from banks to government entities. According to statistics from the Javelin Strategy & Research firm, this type of fraud has risen from $2 billion in total losses in 2014 to $3 billion in 2015, while the number of victims has more than doubled during that period - and the damage continues to grow. With account origination fraud so difficult to detect and with the stakes so high, this session will discuss:
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- The products and services at the greatest risk of new account fraud and the factors motivating these events;
- The customer experience and channel-specific challenges that confound efforts to ascertain the true identity of an applicant;
- Strategies and technologies to gain a more accurate and holistic picture of account applicants and respond in real time to risk;
- Ways to integrate solutions with your internal and consumer-facing systems in order to more quickly assess risk and to identify inconsistencies.
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