More Data, Less Fraud

November 16, 2015 Sally Ewalt

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Fraud is increasing on online and mobile channels as EMV adoption limits point-of-sale fraud. Implementing appropriate verification and authentication protections helps minimize fraud losses and improve customer experience. Listen to this interview with fraud expert Andy Smith to learn about how to:

  • Improve fraud detection by sharing information across businesses
  • Limit true-name and synthetic ID fraud by leveraging multiple data assets
  • Reduce false positive rates by incorporating fraud modeling

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