Information Sharing and Fraud Prevention: Interview with Andy Smith

August 6, 2015

The fraud threat landscape is increasing with each large data breach. Sharing information about potential fraud improves your chances of catching that fraud. Implementing appropriate verification and authentication protections using that data helps minimize fraud losses and improve customer experience. This interview with Andy Smith, VP Enterprise Fraud, discusses how best to: • Limit true-name and synthetic ID fraud by leveraging multiple data assets • Minimize friction by introducing appropriate authentication protections at key touch points • Reduce false positive rates by incorporating fraud modeling

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