Is it your analytics or your clients who alert you to a fraud problem?

Webcast | March 1 at 2:00 PM ET

Many financial institutions’ fraud prevention programs have come under intense strain with the global escalation of cyber crime. Indeed, in a study of 500 global banking executives, the IBM Institute for Business Value (IBV) found that many financial institutions struggle to adopt countermeasures that can help them keep pace with cyber crime.

During this webcast, hosted by American Banker, a panel of fraud and analytic experts will share the findings of the IBV study while discussing the following topics:

  • What challenges do financial institutions face when attempting to detect, respond to and counter new fraud schemes?
  • How can analytics solutions and strategies help firms anticipate, adapt and alter their operations to combat fraud?
  • How can cognitive computing enhance organizational decision making while avoiding false positives and heightening levels of transparency and control?

The webcast will feature the following presenters:


  • Mike Sisk, contributing editor, American Banker