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Published By: Riskified     Published Date: Oct 11, 2019
See how fraud rings outsmart fraud management systems and learn how to stop them.
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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
    
Iovation
Published By: Pindrop Security     Published Date: Apr 26, 2018
As fraudsters grow in sophistication and experience, they often arenít 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: Apr 26, 2018
As fraudsters grow in sophistication and experience, they often arenít 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
As fraudsters grow in sophistication and experience, they often arenít 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: Apr 25, 2017
Digital currency is here. Consumers have demanded more choice in ways to pay merchants, move money to friends and access their accounts. Payment providers have done well to meet these expectations for immediacy and convenience in managing money. The convenience is great for account holders, but it requires financial institutions and merchants to apply fraud safeguards at the same speed, sometimes in less than a second. Each new accelerated service brings new risks.
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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
    
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Published By: Iovation     Published Date: Sep 25, 2009
Online casinos generated $22.6 billion in global revenues in 2008, up from $17.6 in 2006. While the online gambling industry grows, so does organized fraud. Cyber criminals are working hard to uncover and sell people's personal information and share techniques on how to defraud online gambling sites. The online gambling industry stands to lose hundreds of millions of dollars annually to fraud exposure if effective anti-fraud strategies aren't put in place.
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cyber criminals, online gambling industry, legitimate players, fraudulent deposits, chargebacks, cheating, collusion and money laundering, buy
    
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Published By: SAS     Published Date: Nov 16, 2018
Fraud is costing government programs more than ever. For example, Medicaid lost $36 billion in 2017 Ė 10 percent of its total expenditures Ė which represents a 27 percent increase over 2015. As explored in this paper, fraud numbers are on the rise because fraud rings are not only getting more effective at what they do, but because itís easy for them to find soft targets across multiple government programs simultaneously. Learn about how next-generation analytic tools from SAS cut across data and program silos and empower investigators to go on the offensive with fraud operators Ė without disrupting the efficient and timely delivery of benefits, services or tax refunds.
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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 theyíre 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 wonít stand up to the perseverance and lengths to which fraudsters are willing to go.
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