Tackling fraud. It’s a balancing act.
 

Our global fraud and risk report examines the characteristics of organizations that place equal importance on all three areas of the fraud management balancing act:

  • Delivering a positive experience for genuine customers and maximizing the acceptance of genuine orders
  • Accurately detecting and rejecting fraudulent orders to minimize fraud losses
  • Efficiently managing the operational costs of fraud management activities

When we compare those that place equal attention on all three aspects—those that appear to have mastered balance—to those that don’t, we see statistically significant differences that mark the former as leaders.

Our global fraud report reveals trends and insights from the world of fraud management. It explores what sets the best in the business apart from the rest. It looks at how you can join these leaders. And it assesses the tools you need to become a master of balance.

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Analysis of report

What are the latest shifts in the fraud landscape? And how should you respond? Lee Koenig of Cybersource and Jamon Whitehead of Paladin Group unpack our new report. (Watch time 1:30)

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