Tag: Fraud

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Mike Pflug 0
What do identity thieves covet the most?

Recently nine pharmacists from across the country were charged for their part in a $12.1M health care fraud scheme. The pharmacists allegedly took money for prescription medications that were neither purchased nor dispensed. The indictments further allege that the defendants billed Medicare and Medicaid for medications that were often medically unnecessary and for some medications that were purportedly dispensed to

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
디지털 시대의 새로운 사기위험에 대응하는 시스템과 운영전략

고객은 금융기관이 개인 정보를 안전하게 관리하면서도 거래지연 없는 쉽고 빠른 서비스를 제공 해주기를 원합니다. 따라서 디지털 시대의 금융기관은 보다 빠르고 편리한 서비스를 보다 안전하게 제공하기 위해 실시간으로 위험거래를 탐지할 수 있는 시스템과 위기상황에 신속히 대응할 수 있는 정책이 준비되어야 합니다. 편리함이 가져온 새로운 위험요소 디지털화는 속도와 편리성이 높아 24시간 언제든

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Jen Dunham 0
Fighting bribery and corruption with supplier integrity

Bribery and corruption continue to plague governments and organizations around the world. Brazil’s Operation Car Wash, the 1MDB scandal in Malaysia, the FIFA bribery case and many others continue to make headlines. The prevalence of widespread, coordinated corruption and bribery is alarming and seems to continue to grow, despite ongoing sanctions and fines meant to deter these

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Timo Kettunen 0
Adding insult to injury: Workplace safety and fraud

If a cinderblock falls from the 4th floor of a building and crushes a construction worker’s foot, it’s terrible. If it lands on his head, it’s truly tragic. But the difference is sheer luck.  Every employee deserves to return home safely from work. Unfortunately, accidents happen, which is why employers must carry mandatory workers’ compensation

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Risk Management
Jihye Yoo 0
[SGF시리즈#4] 코로나19 시대 금융 기업의 빠른 회복 전략

전 세계 모든 기업이 코로나19에 과감히 맞서고 있습니다. 불안과 불확실성이 있지만 현행 지표가 믿을 만하다면 금융 서비스 산업은 지금의 어려움을 이겨내고 더 강력하고 현명하게 변화된 모습으로 복귀할 것입니다. 이번 SGF 시리즈에서는 회복기 거시경제 시나리오와 은행, 보험사의 회복을 지원하는 리스크 모델링, 사기 방지 등 분석 전략을 소개합니다. 회복기 거시 경제 시나리오

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Risk Management
Francois Jaussaud 0
Risques de contrepartie : ne confondons pas les risques financiers et les risques criminels

Le point de vue et l’approche développée par SAS Toute entreprise ou organisation est confrontée au risque de contrepartie, dès lors qu’elle est en relation avec un tiers. Ce risque est inhérent à toute relation commerciale entre deux entités (personnes morales et/ou physiques), mais également aux dispositifs financiers tels que

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Tom Wriggins 0
Fighting fraud in the new world of Value-Based Payments

Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Value-Based Payments (VBP), health care’s new magic, “silver bullet” that will solve all our fraud problems. Last month, the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issued a press release entitled, “HHS Proposes Stark Law and Anti-Kickback Statute Reforms to Support Value-Based and

Analytics | Data Visualization | Programming Tips
Robert Allison 0
Examining data about North Carolina's absentee ballots

Certain North Carolina counties have been in the news lately, for suspected election fraud involving absentee ballots in the 2018 election.  Let's analyze the voter registration and absentee ballot data, to see if we can detect anything suspicious! In order to definitively determine whether fraud & illegal activity occurred, investigators

Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Machine Learning
John Maynard 0
Unasked fraud questions answered by AI

Artificial intelligence often seems misunderstood, especially in fraud. The same is true of machine learning. One of the amazing things about them is they ask the unasked questions. This occurs as artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) go about their daily work. So, what is the unasked question? Too

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Michael Hohensee 0
Advanced Analytics – mehr Effizienz in der Steuerverwaltung

Die Steuerbehörden sind wahrscheinlich nicht jedermanns Lieblingsorganisationen. Aber überall auf der Welt spielen sie eine Schlüsselrolle bei der Erhebung von Einnahmen, die es den Regierungen ermöglichen, Geld für wichtige öffentliche Dienstleistungen auszugeben. Man braucht nur die Medienberichterstattung über die Steuerhinterziehung einiger großer Technologieunternehmen zu lesen und die dazugehörigen Bemühungen der

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Risk Management
Patrick Töniges 0
Sterben klassische Transaktions-Monitoring-Systeme in der Geldwäscheprävention aus?

Im Rahmen meiner Tätigkeit im Vertrieb von Compliance-Software-Lösungen bin ich hauptsächlich im Bankensegment unterwegs, zunehmend aber auch bei Versicherungen. Dank kluger CRM-Systeme wird mir bewusst gemacht, dass ich in acht Jahren etwa 1.600 Gespräche mit den Verantwortlichen für Geldwäsche- und Betrugsprävention geführt habe. Das ist unfassbar. Wir „Vertriebler“ produzieren zwar

Analytics | Data Management | Fraud & Security Intelligence
John Stultz 0
US government, analytics researchers step up fight against improper payments

  Improper payments continue to plague the federal government, though many actions are in motion to help turn the tide. The Trump Administration’s Building a Better America: A Plan for Fiscal Responsibility, released in July 2017, emphasizes reducing improper payments, currently estimated by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to total

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Fraud & Security Intelligence | Machine Learning
Jen Dunham 0
Considering fraud-fighting with machine learning and artificial intelligence?

Any look back at analytics in 2017 makes it clear that machine learning and artificial intelligence appear to be the ‘next big things’ that can solve just about any problem, from writing new hit songs to curing disease. Not one to buy into the hype, I became curious as to

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Veena Hirannaiah 0
Combat wire fraud with analytics

As the banking industry continues to combat increasing fraud challenges, payment fraud is growing exponentially. This growth stems from a shifting payment landscape with new and varied payment options. Globally, governments are introducing new initiatives like faster payments and real-time payments which compress turnaround times. These initiatives are altering the

Analytics | Data Management | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Michael Davis 0
Capital flight facilitators: Tracking terrorist financing

I wish this were a blog about a new super-affordable airline, but instead capital flight is the illegal movement of money from its country of origin, transit or destination. This movement of money through facilitators is creating a hyper-breed of criminal enterprise using the regulations of the world’s financial systems

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Management | Data Visualization | Risk Management
Randy Guard 0
How companies can succeed in an analytics economy

Artificial intelligence. Big data. Cognitive computing. These buzzwords are the ABCs of today’s marketplace. In a recent interview at SAS® Global Forum, I discussed the unprecedented pace of change that we’re seeing in the market. It’s creating what I like to call an analytics economy. In this economy, analytics –

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Michael Hohensee 0
EU-Umsatzsteuerkarusselle ergaunern Milliarden – moderne Analytik bringt sie zum Stillstand

Umsatzsteuerkarusselle drehen auf dem Jahrmarkt der Straftaten tagtäglich fröhlich ihre Runden. Sie sind bei einer cleveren Spezies von Kriminellen ein beliebter Klassiker, der sich wie ein geldgieriger Virus immer wieder einnistet, wenn nichts dagegen unternommen wird. Dabei werden jährliche viele Milliarden Euro auf betrügerische Konten geschaufelt. Die Basis: Handel mit

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Aus Schaden klug werden: Wie man auf Konferenzen von Betrugsfällen lernt

Konferenzen rund um die Betrugserkennung mit Analytics sind eine wichtige Informationsquelle im unaufhörlichen Kampf gegen Kriminalität – für unsere Kunden, für unsere Wettbewerber, für uns selbst. Auch heute noch ist es ein Tabu einzugestehen, dass man Opfer eines Betruges wurde, und kaum ein Unternehmen spricht offen darüber. Denn absolut niemand

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