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Meeting the new FFIEC Guidelines

December 08, 2011


Experian estimates that less than 50 percent of the financial institutions impacted by the upcoming FFIEC guidance are prepared for the examinations. Many of the fraud tools in the marketplace, particularly those that are used to authenticate individuals were deployed as point-solutions. Few support the need for a feedback loop to identify vulnerabilities, or the ability to employ a risk-based, "layered" approach that the guidance is seeking.

Prior to the January deadline, companies should assess current strategies, workflow design and operational effectiveness to refine existing fraud and identity management processes and ensure their organization meets the FFIEC's expectations.

Request an FFIEC Guidelines Consulting Review.

Watch the Global Consulting Practice Video.

Source: Experian Decision Analytics Blog


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