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Tax evasion is the largest economic crime in the world (in terms of global monetary loss), costing trillions of dollars to governments around the globe. Traditional rules-based systems and one-off investigations are not enough to close the tax gap, especially when fraudsters use sophisticated schemes.
Advances in high-performance analytics have given government agencies new power to tackle the problem. This paper presents highlights of a webinar on the topic, sponsored by SAS and hosted …
Advanced analytics and machine learning from SAS power more effective and efficient fraud and financial crimes programs
Fraudsters are only becoming smarter. How is your organization keeping pace and staying ahead of fraud schemes and regulatory mandates to monitor for them? Technology is redefining what’s possible in fighting fraud and financial crimes, and SAS is at the forefront, offering solutions to:
• Protect from reputational, regulatory and financial risks.
People, processes and technologies to address the emerging risks of online and mobile payments
Risks have intensified as retailers and financial organizations embrace new technologies to meet customer demands for convenience. The rise of mobile and online transactions introduces new risks – and with that, new requirements for fraud mitigation. This paper discusses key steps for fighting back against fraud risk by establishing appropriate and accurate data, analytics and alert management.
Fraud is widespread and continues to grow, especially online. It’s a major problem in a variety of industries and government agencies far beyond the familiar areas of financial and retail fraud. As fraudsters innovate and scale up, fraud prevention and investigation become more challenging. To discuss today’s challenges and how advanced analytics helps prevent fraud, IIA spoke with Michael Ames, Senior Director of Data Science and Emerging Technologies at SAS.