The overnight flight to digital technology, banks focusing on operational stability, increased levels of financial distress, and investigators working from home all play nicely into the hands of fraudsters. In the chaos and confusion of COVID-19, bad actors and the first-time desperate thief are finding opportunities to commit fraud against financial institutions. They want your clients’ identities, tax refunds and stimulus checks. In this webinar, you will learn how technology can help prevent and disrupt these emerging threats.You Will Learn How To:
Identify a spike in digital identity fraudRecognize the need for agile analytics-based technologies to mitigate identity fraudAssess examples of best practices
Speakers:David StewartDirector, Banking IndustrySAS Fraud & Security Intelligence Practice Joan McGowanIndustry Principal, Global BankingSASJohn WatkinsAdvisory Industry ConsultantSAS Sponsored by:
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