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Consumers lose billions of dollars each year to scams such as business email compromise (BEC) and elder financial abuse because of criminals outpacing detection using sophisticated laundering tactics, networks of mule accounts, and above all, their willingness to work together.
In this webinar, discover how you can prepare for 2024 by adopting collective intelligence approaches to gain comprehensive insight into illicit activity. You will learn about a consortium dataset representing 575 million counterparties and how consortium-level risk analysis and information-sharing techniques can be used to solve complex financial crime challenges.
You Will Learn How To:
Recognize how fraud, including BEC and elder financial abuse, is evolving through insights from Verafin's consortium data set.
Discover how criminals are evading detection through collaboration and money laundering techniques.
Understand how you can prepare for 2024 by adopting collaborative frameworks to fight financial crime together.
Group Internet Based
Credit by Field of Study
Colin Parsons - Speaker
Head of Fraud Product Strategy
Corey Lynch - Speaker
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