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Financial transactions viewed in isolation could appear normal – but might they look quite different if you could correlate those transactions across channels, products and related entities? This paper summarizes a presentation at the 2012 Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, where Dan Barta and David Stewart of SAS called for a more holistic approach to fraud detection than the silo systems in use today -- a layered approach with controls at multiple levels across the organization, with network analysis to reveal links among entities and uncover fraudulent behavior that would otherwise go undetected.
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