NYC Fraud Summit: Using Big Data Analytics to Improve Fraud Detection

October 1, 2015 Sally Ewalt

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Laura Stock, Solution Manager, Equifax Identity and Fraud Solutions, will present on Big Data Analytics & Fraud Detection at the NYC ISMG Fraud Summit on October 20, 2015 at the Hyatt Andaz Wall Street.

As the identity and fraud threat landscape evolves, implementing appropriate verification and authentication protections for fraud detection is a business imperative. Integrating and analyzing data to create useful, actionable information has proved highly challenging.

Conference participants will hear from Stock on how to:

  • Limit true-name and synthetic ID fraud by leveraging multiple data sources
  • Minimize friction by introducing appropriate authentication protections at key touch points
  • Reduce false positive rates by incorporating fraud modeling

Click here for more information and to register for the event.

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