Fraud-busting in the new ‘normal’: keeping costs and false positives down post-COVID

Fraudsters are profiting from the pandemic, while financial firms’ fraud-detection systems are swamped with false positives. As firms adjust to a new ‘normal’, graph analytics and supervised and unsupervised models can help them keep pace with criminal behavior.

The evolving fraud landscape

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