What are the Biggest Fraud Trends in 2020?

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Thursday, January 09, 2020

Fraud services consist of a large variety of anti-fraud measures, tackling frauds from early stages of transactions to investigations and recovery procedure.

FREMONT, CA: Fraud detection and prevention market in the service segment is expected to be higher than the 25% of CAGR between 2019 and 2025 because of the enhancing the usage of various solutions across the enterprises. Fraud services comprise of fraud identification and detection and prevention services, with service providers retaining the responsibility for the functionality of its services.

With enterprises consistently under threats from various frauds and being exposed to huge financial losses, the adoption of fraud services has significantly increased.

The fraud detection and prevention growth in the market are attributed to the massive economic losses to countries. The rapid surge in corporate economic crimes, comprising money is contributing to banks' and countries' net loss. The smartphone generation and the growing demand for real-time transactions are driving the use of several digital payment methods.

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A growing number of cases of fraud in the banking, corporate, and e-commerce sectors is steering the demand for reliable and accurate fraud detection systems in order to control the economic losses. Fraud analytics help in identifying the hidden patterns, facilitate data integration, provide the unstructured data, improve the existing efforts and also facilitates real-time alerts and reporting, by making them an integral component of fraud detection and prevention market.

Fraudsters are relying on the soft targets and substantial loopholes to do frauds, increasing the deployment of various kind of solutions across various end-use industries, comprising the banks, insurance, government, and e-commerce. Lately, fraud analytics has gained increasing demand as an effective FDP technology to help enterprises track or predict wrongdoings.

Check fraud is on the rise in the UK and the US, exploiting both changes to processing such as image clearing and remote deposit. This fraud also uses the siloed nature of checks and the lack of investment compared to higher growth, genuine customer channels.


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