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New data on digital fraud trends

New data on digital fraud trends

Financial services firms are evolving to meet our expectations for timeliness and convenience, but what about protecting from associated risks? ISMG, Longitude and Javelin research reveals what keeps security teams awake at night – and what they’re doing about it.

Analytical eye brings greater customer insight

Analytical eye brings greater customer insight

With the right approach, the right models, and the right know-how, raw data can be transformed, through analytics, into usable intelligence. That intelligence can greatly benefit any bank’s marketing, compliance and fraud mitigation efforts, to name a few key functions.

Safeguarding your organization from the insider threat

Safeguarding your organization from the insider threat

Most insider attacks rarely show overt indications of espionage. Instead they're usually represented as subtler actions, over long periods of time, making them difficult to detect. You can thwart attacks by leveraging your data to improve internal awareness of insider threats and reduce risk.

How to manage CECL requirements

How to manage CECL requirements

In its new offering, SAS provides data tools, model and report templates, and CECL workflows specifically designed to accelerate compliance with CECL requirements. By streamlining implementation and establishing processes upfront, your bank can focus on core business challenges.

Uncover hidden financial crime risk

Uncover hidden financial crime risk

Some of the most onerous risks are difficult for FCIUs to detect with traditional, silo-based transaction monitoring systems. Imagine the power of having a holistic view of interconnections across accounts and transactions, spanning a network of potentially related customers.

SAS tackles the cybersecurity analytics challenge

SAS tackles the cybersecurity analytics challenge

No software vendor guarantees perfect security, but analytics can help even the odds to some degree. eSecurity Planet took a trip to SAS Global Forum to learn the many ways SAS is making cybersecurity analytics easier – especially for large enterprises.

Implementing analytics for claims fraud investigation

Implementing analytics for claims fraud investigation

Many insurance companies rely on manual or rules-based approaches that are slow, miss a lot of fraud and yield a high rate of false positives. This white paper explains how the right analytics solution can generate higher-quality referrals an average of six times faster.

Intelligent Credit Scoring

Intelligent Credit Scoring

Maximize resources, streamline processes and build smarter scorecards for achieving ultimate business results with this Second Edition. Author Naeem Siddiqi also teaches Credit Scorecard Development and Implementation as part of the SAS Business Knowledge Series.

 

 

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