Fraud threats continue to rise across the globe as consumers are spending record amounts of time online due to the pandemic. At the same time, emerging threats of fraud are growing, as fraudsters are taking advantage of the globally shifting economic conditions. Fraud prevention remains a top concern for both consumers and businesses alike. Anticipating future fraud risk is critical and companies are adopting more complex technology systems to ensure consumers’ financial safety. To provide a safe and convenient experience, businesses need to take a customer-first approach when evaluating the latest technology and solutions available to them.
To ensure they are providing secure online experiences, businesses are turning to verification strategies using data technology and other detection methods. In fact, according to this year’s Global Identity and Fraud Report, customer recognition security strategies have become the new norm for businesses with 82 percent of companies saying they now have one in place, a 26 percent increase since the start of the pandemic.
An independent research firm headquartered in Germany, KuppingerCole Analysts, released a report, Leadership Compass: Fraud Reduction Intelligence Platforms, that provides an overview of the market segment, vendor service functionality, prevention measures and innovative solutions to fraud. The report cites Experian as an overall leader, product leader, innovation leader, market leader and technology leader in fraud reduction intelligence platforms.
Experian is also credited for taking a client-oriented upgrade approach and delivering other cutting-edge features while maintaining compatibility with our older platform releases. We also scored a strong positive for interoperability, usability, deployment, innovativeness, market position, financial strength and ecosystem; and a positive in security and functionality. We pride ourselves in our digital identity protection services and consumer safety, taking proactive approaches to fraud prevention and providing businesses with the necessary tools to identify risks of fraud.
The report discusses fraud prevention measures and innovative solutions to fraud. According to the report, cybercrime costs will reach $10.5 trillion by 2025. The report evaluated 15 different data security and fraud prevention platforms and ranked their products, innovation, market positioning and technology in their report.
All of Experian’s fraud detection and prevention services are available through our CrossCore® partner ecosystem. By combining advanced analytics, rich data assets, identity insights and fraud prevention capabilities, businesses can connect any new or existing tools and systems in one place, whether it be Experian’s, Experian’s partners or its own. With its built-in strategy design and enhanced workflow, fraud and compliance teams have more control to quickly adjust strategies based on evolving threats and business needs, which helps to improve efficiency and reduce operational costs. Learn more about the CrossCore platform.
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