The buzz: Fraud.
As hard as you work to implement effective anti-fraud processes, voracious and savvy fraudsters are working even harder, and perhaps smarter, to thwart you. Good news! Predictive analytics technology can help you understand emerging fraud patterns and adapt against new types of attack, but only if you use the tools effectively. What will it take for your leadership to make this a priority?
The experts speak.
Derek Snaidauf, Deloitte: “The beginning is the most important part of the work” (Plato).
Michael P Cangemi, Cangemi Company: “The uninspected (inevitably) deteriorates” (34th US President Dwight D. Eisenhower).
Jérôme Pugnet, SAP: “Fraudulent actors often exhibit repetitive patterns. As we recognize these, we can apply heuristics to predict when they are about to occur again, and help stop them; but for complex, evolving fraud vectors, we turn to machine learning…” (Blog at Airbnb).
Join us for Fighting Fraud: Predictive Technology to the Rescue? – Part 3.