Fraud Advisor Summer Issue | July 2009

Make more informed decisions by detecting and preventing fraud

Extend fraud protection beyond account origination
With a long history of use in the account origination phase of the Customer Life Cycle, negative files and fraud consortium databases are demonstrating increasing value for account management. Whether it’s a company’s internal cross-business negative list, an industry-specific suspect file or a consortium of known fraud records — such as Experian's National Fraud DatabaseSM — there is an emerging return on investment case for the use of these files in postbook account transactions, particularly those ...

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Is it time to re-examine your small-business fraud strategy?
Small-business owners appear to be an increasing target for identity fraud perpetrators, a trend that is alarming banking institutions, payment processors and business-to-business service providers.

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Risk-based authentication: improving performance with new methodologies
Risk-based authentication can be summarized as delivering holistic assessment of a consumer and/or transaction with the end goal of applying the right authentication and decisioning treatment at the right time...

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Federal Trade Commission explores new privacy regulations
During the past four months, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) held a series of daylong roundtables to examine the privacy challenges created by new technology.

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Also In This Issue:
Hot Topics
  Join our blog discussions.
Participate in dialogue on fraud detection trends and best practices.
  Get to know Jon Jones, vice president of Fraud and Identity Solutions for Experian Decision Analytics

Experian in the News

  Yahoo! Finance
Most common traits of ID theft victims
  Wall Street Journal
One in four borrows is underwater
Post-holiday credit card stress? Here’s how to cope.

Complimentary Webinars

  Join Javelin Strategy & Research for a complimentary recorded Webinar presentation addressing data breaches, including a vendor spotlight by Experian Data Breach Resolution.
  Unique insights on consumer credit trends – highlights from the Q4 2009 Experian-Oliver Wyman Market Intelligence Report

Other Newsletters
Fraud Advisor – Fall 2009
Experian News – Winter 2010
Product Spotlight
  National Fraud DatabaseSM
The National Fraud DatabaseSM was created to facilitate cross-industry protection by giving customers access to a repository of known fraud data.
B2B fraud is 3-10 times more profitable for perpetrators than consumer fraud.


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