Live Webinar

Evolutions in Anti-Fraud Technology: Leveraging Advanced Analytics and AI to Stay Ahead of Insurance Fraud

Learn how better access to data, powerful analytics tools and advancements in AI are empowering the next generation of anti-fraud efforts.

May 7 • 2 p.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Insurance fraud isn’t slowing down. As technology advances, fraudsters are increasing the sophistication and speed of their schemes. With the annual cost of insurance fraud running into the trillions, AI and advanced analytics offer a much-needed disruption to the industry.

Join us as we explore new survey results by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. You’ll learn how today’s most successful fraud fighting teams are abandoning traditional anti-fraud tools and tactics for modern, analytics-driven approaches to combating claims fraud, underwriting fraud and rate evasion schemes.

Topics discussed:

  • How better access to data, analytics and AI are transforming the fraud fight.
  • Best practices for overcoming challenges like data integration and false positives.
  • The areas where insurers are increasing new money and focus.

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About the Experts

Speaker 1

Brad Barron, Fraud and Financial Crimes Industry Consultant, US Financial Services, SAS

With more than 22 years of experience in the property and casualty insurance industry, Brad Barron has broad experience in insurance fraud, claims project and change management experience.
He specializes in helping customers bridge the gap between information technology and business departments through analyzing business challenges and opportunities, developing plans to operationalize business strategy, and communicating business initiatives and goals to IT.

Prior to SAS, Barron was the Global Financial Crimes Leader with IBM as well as the SIU Field Director and National Director of SIU Strategy and Analytics at Nationwide Insurance.
 

Speaker 2

Dennis Jay, Executive Director, Coalition Against Insurance Fraud

Since the Coalition's founding in 1993, Dennis Jay has served as Chief Executive Officer and currently oversees the three main areas of government affairs, public outreach and research. Jay coordinated the drafting of a comprehensive model insurance fraud law, which 21 states have passed wholly or partly. He is a frequent speaker on insurance fraud and has testified before several state legislatures and the US Congress.

Jay also serves on several national and state boards and advisory committees, has authored more than 100 articles and reports, and currently writes for Insurance FraudBlog, a popular blog on issues and analysis of current fraud topics.

In 2003, Fraud International magazine named him “Fraud Fighter of the Year” and Insurance-Portal.com named him one of the 100 most powerful people in the US insurance industry.  

Speaker 2

Kim Kuster, Senior Business Consultant, Global Security Intelligence Practice, SAS

Kim Kuster is a Senior Business Consultant in the Global Security Intelligence Practice at SAS. Prior to joining SAS, she was a manager in the Special Investigation Unit at Grange Insurance. She spent nearly 20 years within the Special Investigation Unit at Grange Insurance in various roles.

Kuster is active within the insurance fraud community where she has served on the Board of Directors for the International Chapter of the International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU) as well as the former Ohio Chapter President of IASIU.

She earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice from The Ohio State University and is a Certified Insurance Fraud Analyst (CIFA) and Certified Insurance Fraud Investigator (CIFI).

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