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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.
GIACT’s new report, U.S. Identity Theft: The Stark Reality, developed by Aite Group and underwritten by GIACT, uncovers the striking pervasiveness of identity fraud perpetrated against U.S. consumers, tracking pandemic-related shifts in banking behaviors.
GIACT’s new report, Nacha’s 2021 Account Validation Rule: A Push for Stronger Anti-Fraud Solutions, details the potential challenges facing WEB debit payment originators as the new Nacha rule requiring proper account validation became effective on March 19, 2021.
This upcoming tax season represents the most challenging to date for those responsible for issuing 1099s, W-2s and other tax documents. With so many Americans having moved during the pandemic – almost 16 million between February and July of 2020 alone, according to the USPS – keeping up-to-date on the whereabouts of your employees and customers will require significant effort.
GIACT’s new report, Identity Fraud in the Digital Age, developed by Javelin Strategy & Research, sponsored by GIACT, details the challenges of preventing new and emerging fraud threats and what businesses should consider in their fraud prevention strategies for the year ahead.
GIACT’s new report, Securing Faster Payments: Addressing the Account Validation Rule, discusses the rapid growth of ACH payments, the latest fraud trends surrounding faster payments as well as how to secure ACH transactions.
Fraud operators are increasingly using stolen, manipulated, and fabricated identities as the entry point for attacks against both consumers and businesses across the payments ecosystem. These attacks both originate from and target nearly every vertical imaginable ranging from banking, insurance and lending to e-commerce, utilities and telecom.
Business email compromise, or BEC – defined as a fraud tactic using email to socially engineer an employee to install malware or unwittingly transfer/redirect funds into a fraud operator’s account – is an increasingly sophisticated and elusive fraud tactic. According to the FBI, BEC is a $2 billion a year business.
GIACT®, the leader in helping companies positively identify and authenticate customers, today announced a new report, Undeliverable as Addressed, on the costly problem of returned mail as a result of deficient identity management.