Fraud & Risk

Conscious and Unconscious Behavior as Fraud Indicators

Ran Wasserman and Christian Johnson -- SecuredTouch


Fraudsters continue to employ more and more creative ways to deceive businesses, which makes combating fraud a more and more challenging proposition as they adapt to increasingly sophisticated controls and monitoring. Even companies with established controls can have their detection impacted by limitations like an over-reliance on fraud rules and information silos.

In this presentation, SecuredTouch reviews current fraud trends, then highlights the downsides associated with rules-based approaches. Benefits behavioral data can provide are reviewed next. The deck concludes with recommendations on how merchants can harness the advantages of behavioral-based risk mitigation.

Note that this presentation is also available as a webinar. To view the webinar, click here.

Conscious and Unconscious Behavior as Fraud Indicators

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