Faster Payments, Faster Fraud: Solutions to Stop the Madness

Presented by

Julie Conroy, Head of Risk Insights & Advisory, Aite-Novarica and Scott Olson, CMO, Outseer

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Faster payments have emerged country-by-country over the past two decades in a patchwork manner. This piecemeal approach is by far the one that fraudsters would prefer that payments authorities take, since it makes it easier for them to attack the various networks individually, as opposed to a unified approach to faster payments that could leverage collective network intelligence and fraud mitigation technologies. And fraudsters are definitely capitalizing on the promise of “faster payments, faster fraud,” with industrialized account takeover and scam-based attack vectors. Join this webinar to learn from new research from Aite-Novarica Group, sponsored by Outseer, that explores the pain points and planned solutions associated with real-time payments fraud across the U.S., U.K., Brazil, India, and Canada. Each geo is seeing some tried and true attack vectors repeated at scale, while there are also interesting variations across the various countries. While the pain points are very real, the good news is that there are solutions that are working, and this webinar will also cover these in depth. We look forward to having you come and join the discussion!
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