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Panel: Friendly Fraud in the Era of Big Data

This discussion explores important ideas around first-party misuse (friendly fraud), including trend data, how AI can help, predications about the future of friendly fraud, and more.

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How to Reach All 1.2 Billion Indian Consumers

Find out how India's eCommerce and financial services sectors are being transformed by new digital initiatives, and what is behind these dramatic changes.

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Building Trust: Beyond the Chargeback

Learn why non-payment fraud is on the rise and see what companies can do to mitigate this type of fraud on their platforms.

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Building Trust: Beyond the Chargeback

Discover why non-payment fraud is on the rise and what companies can do to mitigate this type of fraud on their platforms.

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Driving Up Conversion with Effective Fraud Management

ACI looks at how eCommerce companies can achieve an optimal balance between mitigating risk and maximizing checkout conversion.

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Mitigating Threats Beyond Payment Fraud

Explore how organizations are addressing emerging types of fraud and abuse in this whitepaper from Sift Science and Forrester Consulting.

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A Primer to Machine Learning for Fraud Management

Feedzai looks at what machine learning can and cannot do, and how it can play an important role in helping companies combat increasingly sophisticated types of fraud.

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The Paypers Online Payments and eCommerce Market Guide 2016

The 2016 edition of The Online Payments and eCommerce Market Guide covers key developments and trends -- technological, regulatory and international -- that are top of mind for global payment professionals.

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Detecting Sleeper Cells Hiding in Your Online Service

The combination of big data technologies and unsupervised algorithms provide new opportunities for companies to discover and preempt attacks.

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Integrating Big Data and Machine Learning to Your Verification System

Fraud prevention can be used not only as a tool to limit fraud, but also to gain a comparative advantage over your competitors.

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