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The last part of the blog post series “A practical guide to tackle auto insurance fraud” – Part 7: Operational Processes and Automated Controls

This is the seventh and last part of the blog post series “A practical guide to tackle auto insurance fraud”. In the first six articles of the series we drilled down to: Data Management and Data Quality as the basis for fraud detection analytics. Business Rules and Watch lists techniques

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The fight against fraud: the importance of analytics

The fight against fraud has to be at all levels, and use all possible means available to the organization. However, it is important to distinguish between political, organizational and technical means. Persuading states to organize themselves better to facilitate exchange of information between administrations can be decisive, even with the

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SAS® Visual Investigator – the new dimension of use of advanced SAS analytics

Today, fraud detection in the areas of financial services, citizen services and national security is becoming an increasingly relevant challenge for both private organisations and government agencies. The ubiquity of the internet, the e‑commerce boom and growing volumes of data processed in clouds necessitate the implementation of advanced IT tools.

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Perseguir el fraude: un paso más dentro del proceso de negocios exitosos

Dentro de toda compañía la búsqueda del éxito es una constante, sin embargo, para alcanzarlo el primer paso es minimizar y de ser posible desaparecer todos los factores de riesgo que puedan ponerlo en peligro, por ejemplo, el fraude. Diversos son los factores que pueden dar paso a la presencia

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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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The Common Reporting Standard: an opportunity and a challenge for tax authorities

Cooperation and information sharing between tax authorities around the world can help ensure that taxpayers pay the right amount of tax to the right jurisdictions. The Common Reporting Standard (CRS) is an agreement between countries in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development to collect and share data from their financial institutions annually. This remarkable achievement

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Opioid schemes fueled by staged car accidents, insurance fraud

Criminal enterprises are tapping into the lucrative opioid business through creative schemes that are less likely to be identified as opioid abuse, misuse or diversion. One of the latest schemes? Auto insurance fraud. First, some background… While extensive progress has been made in establishing, improving, and mandating prescription drug monitoring

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What can agencies learn from massive Medicaid fraud busts?

On June 22nd, the U.S. Department of Justice announced the largest Medicaid fraud bust in history. The National Health Care Fraud Takedown included 301 defendants charged, $900 million in false billings, 61 medical professionals and 29 doctors, across 36 states. In another case, investigators in New York uncovered more than

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From fraud detection to fraud prevention: working towards optimal audits

Currently, most fraud detection solutions for financial crime and tax fraud are focused on risk assessing entities. That is to say, they evaluate the risk of each individual or businesses separately. While this helps prioritize risk-based investigations by alerting investigators to the likelihood of fraud, it does not necessarily maximize deterrence.

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