Protecting the Enterprise: Social Network Analysis – Connecting the Dots
Effective fraud management not only casts a wide net across all possible data sources, but also weaves together apparently isolated clues to form a more complete picture of emerging fraud threats.
Social network analysis (SNA) integrates information about individuals, accounts and transactions to create a more complete picture of emerging fraud threats and help stop fraud in its tracks.
The latest research paper from the Fraud Management Institute explores:
- SNA as it relates to fraud.
- Challenges of deploying SNA technology (and how to overcome them).
- Building a business case for SNA.
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Protecting the Enterprise: Enterprise Fraud Strategy – Vision and Reality
Based on interviews conducted with financial institutions ranging from $50 billion to more than $1 trillion in assets, as well as government agencies, this research reveals:
- Why organizations need a holistic view of all fraud threats.
- What role technology plays in making the vision of enterprisewide fraud management a reality.
- Which challenges pose the biggest hurdle to developing an enterprisewide strategy.
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Crimes of financial passion: High-tech practices to beat enterprise fraudsters at their own game
This 33-page special report is bursting with expert best practices for combating fraud with analytics. It also includes several case studies showing how leading financial institutions are receiving rapid returns on anti-fraud technology. Topics include:
- Analyzing social networks to identify crime rings.
- Improving customer service with anti-fraud technology.
- Keeping tabs on internal fraud risks.
- Results from HSBC, Commonwealth Bank of Australia, BB&T and BBVA Bancomer.
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