Every fraudster leaves behind a trail, but not every business is equipped to identify the telltale signs of fraud in its data. Find out how creating a culture of analytics can help your company differentiate itself from the competition by cutting down on losses incurred by fraud.
According to a 2015 survey of 500 banking and finance executives, cybersecurity and fraud top the agendas of 80 percent of institutions—yet only 56 percent of executives believe that their own organizations have a handle on fraud threats. Counter fraud experts Wilson Davis and David Dixon, authors
The Fundamental Review of the Trading Book (FRTB) aims to overhaul Basel banking rules with an eye to addressing problems that surfaced during the global financial crisis. But as the rules near release, many banks worry that the regulations will impose significant new capital requirements while
Financial institutions need comprehensive analytics to build a strong bank fraud detection strategy. Advanced analytics software provides the tools necessary for banks to recognize and act on suspicious patterns, quickly notify customers of fraud incidents and position themselves for faster
Attend the IBM Smarter Risk Summit NYC at the New York Stock Exchange on February 9, 2016. Risk management experts, bankers and senior executives in financial markets will have the opportunity to hear directly from, and network with, industry leaders. The agenda includes hot and emerging topics in
If you're like Graham Smith, IT Leader at Virgin Money, you'll be struggling with how to process thousands of inbound documents—up to 2000 emails a day. Learn how Virgin Money used Datacap to process these documents automatically and efficiently.
Fraud is a primary concern for financial institutions, particularly in the relatively porous channels opened by electronic banking and payments, which have seen notable exploitation by organized crime. However, some leading financial institutions have used emerging big data and analytics
Banks are seeking better fraud protection with deep analytics. These tools go beyond simple account monitoring in an attempt to mitigate the billions of dollars fraudsters steal each year through online and mobile channels.
Financial crime will surely become increasingly prevalent as it grows more sophisticated than ever. But businesses don’t have to accept financial crime. They need to get to know it and minimize it by identifying and understanding their customers. Rule- or profile-based search engines that many
Data engineers have much to learn from water management professionals, who have mastered the art of keeping filtered water on tap—ready at a moment’s notice. As information volumes begin to deluge data repositories and outpace traditional approaches, data professionals must use every tool at their