Delegates of Experian’s Future of Fraud and Identity event reveal their biggest current and future fraud challenges
Fraud detection and prevention has been cited as one of the biggest fraud challenges faced today and in the near future in a poll of delegates who attended Experian’s recent Future of Fraud and Identity event. Nearly a third (31%) believe this to be the case**.
Online fraud (22%), fraud data sharing and collaboration (19%) and identity fraud (15%) also featured highly as issues to be tackled over the coming years by delegates from more than 68 organisations in the telecom, finance, insurance and e-commerce sectors across EMEA, who gathered at the event in Madrid last month.
The event was held as part of Experian’s Global Fraud and Identity Conference series and was designed to help organisations mount a stronger defence against the growing threat of fraud.
More than 100 delegates from 68 organizations attended the event which gave them the opportunity to have an exclusive and interactive conversation with Ori Eisen, founder of 41st Parameter (now part of Experian), and Frank Abagnale, author, lecturer and consultant, and one of the world’s foremost authorities on financial crime and fraud. To read the full story click on the link below.
*EMEA Europe, Middle East & Africa
**Based on a poll of 59 decision makers from telecom, finance, insurance and e-commerce sectors across EMEA in February 2015.