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Organizations increasingly rely on ACH to facilitate payments. To keep users up-to-date, Nacha — who oversees the ACH Network — provides regular updates to its members on new developments, rules and enforcements. To get a preview of what to expect in the next 12 months impacting ACH payments — from micro-deposit verification, increased payment limits, to account validation enforcement — join Nacha’s Director of ACH Network Rules and GIACT (a Refinitiv company) at 1 PM ET Wednesday, June 22 for a complimentary webinar.
Organizations have made significant investments to create user experiences that are easier, faster and more connected. But despite their best efforts to assemble a more secure system, fraud — including identity theft, account takeover and application fraud — continues to thrive.
Criminals have become well-funded, well-organized and more effective at deploying sophisticated fraud tactics and hiding illicit funds. For more than a decade the industry has been calling for a solution to address the converging risks that span identity, payments, and suspicious activity.
In the face of new and emerging fraud threats, as well as onerous regulations, companies that want to mitigate fraud-related losses and streamline compliance will need to enhance how they monitor their customer population. To learn how, join GIACT’s David Barnhardt, Chief Experience Officer, for a webinar that discusses innovations in identity verification monitoring.
Deficient patient enrollment can result in serious financial and legal repercussions, including instances of medical identity theft and compliance issues. And with more healthcare data available to bad actors, fraud is at an all time high.
GIACT’s report, Mitigating Mobile Network Fraud with Secure Subscriber Enrollment, details the best practices in secure digital enrollment.
According to the report, The Evolution of New Account Fraud, produced by Javelin Strategy & Research, NAF tactics have shifted with the growing popularity of online accounts and payments.
GIACT Systems®, the leader in helping companies positively identify and authenticate customers, today announced the release of a newly commissioned report, The Evolution of New Account Fraud, produced by Javelin Strategy & Research.
According to a newly released white paper, commissioned by GIACT, and produced by Javelin Strategy & Research, new account fraud (NAF) is evolving. Fraudsters have piled into the digital channel and, with years of experience under their belts, they are diversifying their targets and tactics.