Over the past 18 months, the COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a dramatic increase in virtual transactions. Having already resulted in an unprecedented amount of digital fraud, the evolutionary pace of self-service, consumer-facing systems continues to challenge both public- and private-sector infrastructure. This webinar will explore how consumer identity is resolved online and how feedback from investigations can improve fraud prevention. To explore these challenges more in depth, the speakers will present a fraud investigation case study to show how fraud can emerge on large, public-facing systems, and how implementing a three-layered approach enhances future prevention efforts.You Will Learn How To:
Recognize the way fraud emerges and is identified on large, public-facing systems Assess how feedback from related investigations can inform system design and consumer experiences Discern which hurdles prevent strong, investigatory strategies and tactics
Speakers:Jeff JohnstonConsultant, Fraud and Identity SolutionsTransUnionErich Lambert, CFE, CIPP-USSenior Fraud Industry ExecutiveTransUnionStuart LevySenior Director, Identity, Public SectorTransUnion
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