Fraud & Risk

Tackling the Pain Points of Manual Review

Sébastien Carletti and Victoria Michaux -- Oneytrust


In a fraud/risk context, manual review is typically defined as having a person review the legitimacy of a transaction which is too risky to be auto-approved by fraud rules or machine learning models but does not meet the threshold of being automatically cancelled or declined.

In this presentation, Oneytrust highlights legacy fraud prevention processes and the downsides associated with manual review. Data management in the context of GDPR is described next, followed by Oneytrust's robotic process automation which provides scoring and decisioning. The deck closes with details on other use cases for automated risk solutions.

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Tackling the Pain Points of Manual Review

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