Join AITE Group and GIACT to learn about the latest developments in payments, emerging fraud trends, and updated best practices for protecting your organization and your customers in transition to Faster Payments.
Topics covered include:
- An industry overview of the latest trends and what to expect in the next 12 months.
- Ways to secure all types of faster payments without sacrificing customer experience.
- Tactics to battle the growing threats of account takeover (ATO) and application fraud.
- Recognizing and preventing synthetic identity-based fraud attempts.
- Developing a holistic, end-to-end risk mitigation strategy that addresses all types of fraud.
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Faster Payments is quickly becoming a reality in the U.S. for multiple use cases, ranging from person-to-person (P2P), to corporate disbursements (B2C), and much larger B2B transactions. While the transition to Faster Payments is a positive development for both businesses and consumers, it carries significant and hidden risks. As the speed of payments accelerates, fraudsters are rapidly developing new, increasingly sophisticated fraud tactics that are effective at targeting the most susceptible areas of faster payments.
Customers have become accustomed to an Amazon-like user experience and demand fast, frictionless enrollment without delays in processing, but this poses a challenge to providers battling rising instances of account takeover (ATO) and new account application fraud. Often, these fraud attempts are successful and go unnoticed by providers who are unaware of the use of synthetic identities by fraudsters as a tool to perpetrate these types of fraud. They continue to rely on legacy, disconnected systems that are unable to prevent new and evolving types of fraud exposing their organizations and their customers to heightened levels of risk.
Shirley Inscoe is a senior analyst with Aite Group, covering fraud, data security, and consumer compliance issues.
Ms. Inscoe brings to Aite Group 30 years of banking experience in enterprise fraud and payments issues. She has served as the chair of the BITS Fraud Reduction Steering Committee and the co-chair of Early Warning Services’ Advisory Committee, and has been a member of ABA’s Deposit Account Fraud and Payment Systems Committees.