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Change of seasons: Four updates for fighting fraud

Ellen Joyner Robinson

Many of the technologies and techniques for making your business secure from fraud are probably in need of a refresh. Ellen Joyner Roberson has suggests using this new “regulatory season” as a time to update the old sytems to make the regulators happy and save money, create efficiencies and make your business more profitable.

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More ACH payments, more chances for fraud

David Stewart

While ACH payments were once considered low risk, they have attracted the attention of criminals who use the high volume and relative anonymity of such transactions to commit fraud on a growing scale. Read more to find out how to reduce fraud losses.

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Combat fraud: A perception change reduces losses

Ellen Joyner Robinson

Skimming and phishing attacks are becoming more common, with fraudsters taking full advantage of technology to operate globally. Find out some of the reasons behind the increase in bank fraud, and what you can do to stop it.

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New payment channels: Profit or loss?

Ellen Joyner Robinson

Banks are balancing the convenience of new technologies against a possible increased exposure to fraud. Ellen Joyner says banks can change their view of fraud from “a cost of doing business” to the “profit of doing business” by proactively preventing fraud.

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Sting fraudsters, protect customers: Five levels of success

Ellen Joyner Robinson

Financial institutions need to build a sophisticated analytical fraud framework that finds fraud and heads it off before it occurs. Ellen Joyner explains how social networking analytics and predictive modeling can help get a step ahead of the fraudsters.

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