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Unreal Identities Leading to Real Crimes

February 4, 2019 by Verafin

Synthetic identity fraud has become a vehicle for fraudsters to commit a host of financial crimes, such as account fraud, loan fraud or online banking fraud. Criminals combine real...

  Archived Webinar

Collaborative Investigations: Connecting the Dots to Stop Crime

Originally Presented: December 5, 2018

Fraudsters and money launderers do not limit their illicit activities to a single institution. As crime rings evolve, they find new and innovative ways to avoid detection, creating challenges for...

  Archived Webinar

How Big Data Can Help Banks Solve Big Fraud Problems

Originally Presented: March 22, 2018

  In this insightful session, Mauriceo Castanheiro, Director of Fraud Analytics will discuss the changing landscape of fraud, and how financial institutions can leverage data to mitigate risk. Mauriceo will...

  Blog

Three Technological Landmarks in the Fight Against Financial Crime

May 20, 2016 by Verafin

If there’s such a thing as a sure bet, it’s that criminals will always adapt and find a way to grow their bottom line. And that’s why, in the world...

  White Paper

FRAMLx: Strength in Numbers

Can your transaction monitoring software keep pace with today’s evolving financial crime landscape? From the simplistic to complex, modern criminals are organized and willing to use every scheme at their...

  Blog

“Tell Me About Yourself.” Employment Scammers Targeting PII

February 27, 2020 by Verafin

“While hiring scams have been around for many years, cyber criminals’ emerging use of spoofed websites to harvest [personally identifiable information] (PII) and steal money shows an increased level...

  Archived Webinar

Synthetic Identity Fraud: Unreal Identities Result in Real Fraud Losses

Originally Presented: February 14, 2019

In this digital age, vast amounts of compromised customer information from data breaches and fraud scams is readily available for purchase on the dark web. To further their illicit schemes,...

  Feature Sheet

FRAMLx: Cross-Institutional Analysis

Criminals are performing increasingly complex financial crimes that stretch beyond your own four walls. It is a serious challenge to properly assess the risk a customer poses when your view...

  Feature Sheet

314(b) Information Sharing

Financial institutions that are registered with FinCEN for 314(b) information sharing can securely and confidentially collaborate using Verafin’s 314(b) Information Sharing technology. Investigators can easily send, receive, and respond...

  Blog

15 Red Flags for New Account Fraud

July 14, 2015 by Denise Hutchings

Compromised credentials from a data breach or malware are frequently exploited by financial criminals to perpetrate new account fraud. The agency [FBI] used to learn about a new, large-scale data...