Identity Fraud Transformation: Refinitiv and GIACT Panel Discussion


With the recent acquisition of GIACT, Refinitiv adds fraud prevention capability to its risk and compliance solutions, building a comprehensive platform to address fraud, identity theft, money laundering, and payment-related crime.

2020 saw a dramatic spike in fraud. The accelerated movement towards online payments and accounts left new vulnerabilities for cyberattack, business email compromise, account takeover, and other identity theft threats. For fraud operators, the work has just begun.

Understanding identity fraud

In this session, our panelists explore new and emerging trends in identity fraud, and how to identify and combat common vulnerabilities through a combination of advanced risk solutions.

What You’ll Learn

  • The current threat landscape and how criminals are exploiting companies and their clients;
  • How the recent acquisition of GIACT by Refinitiv addresses the growing need for an enhanced approach to onboarding, monitoring, and validating customers;
  • The integration of GIACT’s offerings into the Refinitiv risk and compliance business; and
  • Recommendations for improving fraud detection and prevention.

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