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John Verver (CA, CISA, CMC), Vice President, Product Strategy and Alliances, ACL
Purchasing Card programs and T&E are two key areas where data analysis technology has a critical role to play in identifying indicators of fraud and stopping fraudsters. By analyzing millions of transactions and looking for red-flags, data analysis can identify where fraud has occurred. Get started with this ACL eBook!
This new ACL whitepaper discusses the critical role data analysis can play in identifying indicators of fraud in most business process areas. Through a discussion of typical frauds, detection processes and tests, you will learn how to achieve results by applying data analysis software in key business areas.
Derek E. Brink, CISSP, Vice President and Research Fellow, IT Security and IT GRC
In its analysis of companies that use intelligence and analytics in their initiatives to fight fraud, Aberdeen found — in addition to the foundation of acquiring intelligence — three important high-level themes characterizing the leaders: rapid discovery, flexible investigation, and global sharing. Find out how you can achieve Best-in-Class results.
Why is it so easy to steal from insurance companies? This paper offers insights from a fraud investigator and a fraud ring mastermind on how to detect the seven steps often used to pull off a successful insurance scam.
Cybercriminals are finding new ways and reinventing old ways to launch more sophisticated attacks. Financial institutions are often the first to face new threats. Based on a survey of 250 banking executives and in-depth expert interviews, this report looks at the cybersecurity challenges and opportunities modern banks face.
This white paper, brought to you by Thomson Reuters, explores the changes occurring in illegal money-laundering activities, and what financial institutions and law enforcement agencies are doing to combat this growing threat to the stability of the world’s financial system through the use of new strategies, regulations and technology.
Many business owners illegally misclassify their employees as exempt independent contractors, costing state and federal governments untold billions of dollars annually.
This paper explains how some governments use the SAS® Fraud Framework for Government to consolidate information from many departments to identify perpetrators and end this illegal practice.
When government programs each have their own fraud detection capabilities, it's difficult to connect the dots and identify fraudsters across multiple systems. This white paper examines an enterprise view of data – with an analytics framework that enables governments to move quickly and detect fraud at a lower cost.
This white paper discusses how Artificial Intelligence can assist the investigator to stem the staggering and ever-increasing losses due to fraud. It explores various approaches to handling the growing caseloads, which require tedious, time-consuming analysis of data from many sources, and it identifies a powerful secret weapon in the fight against fraud.
This paper offers practical answers to commonly asked questions about the capabilities, implementation, and benefits of anomaly detection solutions and how they really work to stop online banking fraud.
This study, reflecting input from over 300 banking executives, shows what financial institutions are doing to address the increased online banking security requirements articulated in the FFIECGuidance Supplement. The findings highlight that while FIs have made some progress, there are key gaps that must be addressed.
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Convicted fraudster Richard Bistrong explains how his first head nod of agreement to pay the “toll” in Tierra del Fuego led to long-term bribery and corruption, and his decision to ignore the wider impacts of his crimes.
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