Fraud Strategy

As the head of the fraud prevention team, it's crucial to remain vigilant, staying ahead of the latest fraud risks that could impact both your organization and its customers. Optimizing the performance of your team and the anti-fraud tools they utilize is key to ensuring maximum customer protection.

The Enterprise Fraud Strategy Perspective


You are not just competing with fraudsters. You are also competing with internal business leaders to get funding for critical projects, but initiatives that generate new revenue always seem to get prioritized. This is why you hold such high expectations for the anti-fraud technology investments you recommend. There is no room for error and high false positives as your team is already operating at bare minimum. Technology must deliver consistently on the requirements of your enterprise fraud strategy – across multiple channels and products – while keeping both fraud rates and false positives to a minimum. Despite the challenges, you live to disrupt fraudsters and protect your customer’s assets. The work you do is incredibly rewarding.


Build a Business Case for Fraud Prevention

Whether you are a budget owner or rely on other stakeholders to fund fraud prevention initiatives, investment in any tool, technology or platform is going to require you to build a business case for executive approval. One of the first questions that is almost always asked is, “What is the return on investment?” This is an easy business case to quantify with a proof of concept which can determine how quickly a solution can generate value for your organization. Download the white paper to project how behavioral intelligence can deliver time to value and ROI, as well as any anticipated costs of delay, across different financial fraud use cases.

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Find the Right Solution

Authorized payment scams are plaguing the financial industry. Your current technology stack is doing a good job detecting account takeover but is not prepared to detect these more advanced social engineering attacks. You have been tasked to recommend technology and controls to get ahead of the scammers before your institution is the next target or next headline. Behavioral and device intelligence technology has evolved to address new market needs and emerging threats, including social engineering scam detection, but finding the right technology partner can be a daunting task. Download the latest vendor landscape report to help you navigate the field of leading fraud prevention solution providers, including their primary strengths and challenges, and make a more informed purchase decision.

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Achieve Cross-Functional Support

Customer safety is your primary charter. Optimal success relies on achieving cross-functional support from business stakeholders who often have competing priorities. Technology, such as behavioral biometrics intelligence, can help close these gaps, but people and process also play a critical role. Access this important research to uncover how financial institutions are re-aligning organizational structures across fraud, cybersecurity, and AML to improve financial crime management and promote customer safety.

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Proven Technology With Visible Results

1500 %

improvement in fraudulent account detection

80 %

reduction in transaction-related fraud rates

30 %

reduction in false positive rates

10 x

more behavioral indicators and pattern models

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Join us for a 30-minute deep dive with a BioCatch expert to learn the latest tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) fraudsters use to scam your customers
and harm your brand.

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