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  • Multi-layer Security Fraud Mitigation Lowers the Cost of Detecting Fraud

    By Jeff Wixted, VP Operations & Product Management November 01, 2016

    Accuracy is the primary means to lower the cost of fraud detection. When an automated solution is less accurate, the frequency of manual reviews rises along with associated costs of reacting to false positives and other bad triggers. When the automated solution brings more accurate results, the need for manual reviews drops. The odds of accuracy grow with a balanced, multi-layered approach to automated controls. Related benefits include lower costs by less intervention of fraud professionals and less friction in the buying process that might irritate a good customer. Some data points in this year’s LexisNexis True Cost of Fraud study show the importance of this principle and how to achieve its benefits.

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  • The Challenges and Rewards of an Omni-channel Payments Solution

    By Shane Spears, Director, Global Payment Solutions June 17, 2016

    The convergence of online and in-store payments into a single solution is well underway. While the advantages are often extolled and do present opportunities for businesses to simplify and improve customer experience, the challenges are often unaddressed.

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