Survey from Kevari and About-Fraud Uncovers Fraud Fighters’ Opinions About What Financial Services Companies Can Do – and Invest in – to Support Success
When a business is unable to verify the identity of a consumer online, it is often because they can’t match the consumer’s static identity information,
Investigators draw on experience and expertise to conduct their due diligence, which may include requesting proof documents, conducting interviews, and searching databases.
Fraudsters seek out institutions that have weaknesses in their fraud defenses. Once they find these institutions, they capitalize on their opportunities to launder and steal
Last month, an enterprise director of fraud for a large regional bank told me 5% of his new accounts were being opened online. He asked
It’s a story that shocked even the most grizzled fraud fighters: The Miami-Dade County Attorney’s Office filed charges against four criminals who stole the identities
Kevari’s Fraud Investigation Network allows financial institutions to join forces in the fight against account takeover and new-account fraud. Because organized fraud rings are sharing technology, data and insights designed to defraud financial institutions, it’s critical that banks and credit unions collaborate to defend against this growing threat.
Authority Magazine recently featured Adam Elliott, Founder and President of Kevari, in its “thought leadership interview series” featuring people who are authorities in Business, Pop Culture,