We already know that indirectly fraud impacts everyone. But that's not the end of it. For fraudsters - everyone is a target.
Shift in Fraud Landscape: Account Takeover Fraud loses ground to Authorized Push Payments, raising challenges for banks in fraud detection. UK Government takes action to protect APP fraud victims, signaling potential glo
Leveraging IP addresses is a common practice in fraud mitigation. However, understanding their limitations is crucial. This article explores the technical aspects of IP addresses, the role of IPv4 and IPv6, network addre
Like a human fingerprint, a device fingerprint is a unique digital representation of a particular device. Lets look at how it works and where it fits in fraud-prevention?
What is confusion matrix? How do we calculate the most common KPIs? Which of the KPIs are the most relevant and which can be misleading?
Despite the advancements and deployment of more advanced techniques than before, we don't see the decrease in fraud or cyber crime but exactly the opposite. So how much worse can it get?
A lot of effort goes into planning and framing the scope of a new fraud management solution. It is especially tricky when the organization is going through this process for the very first time. Based on my experience fr
In the follow-up to last week's story, Milo will further widen his view on possible routes he can take. He will also realize how overwhelming it could become to improve the predictive model through additional features an
Democratization of analytics is getting the analytics tools out there - to the hands of the many as opposed to only a selected few (that had these tools in the past). Daily we are bombarded with various buzzwords related