Digital commerce continues to accelerate at an ever increasing rate. In 2020, America saw the highest e-commerce growth in at least two decades. Online banking, bill payments, credit card processing, applications for services and loans, and numerous other now-automated processes are all impacted. Not only has this seemingly overnight shift to digital enabled 24 hour access to goods and services for consumers, but it has also enabled 24 hour access for fraudsters. While the shift to digital has made it easier for fraudsters in many ways, lenders and service providers alike have many options and can employ a multi-layered approach to protecting consumers and their own business. From synthetic identities to account take-over and more, fraudsters have several opportunities to attack from across the buyers' journey.
Join Equifax for the latest on the U.S. economy. We'll then explore key consumer credit insights, with a deeper focus on fraud trends and their impact on consumers and businesses that serve them. Let us help you combat fraud on multiple fronts across the buyers' journey to help minimize losses and reputational impact.
This webinar will cover:
U.S. Economic Update
Consumer Credit & Employment Insights
Fraud Trends and Defense Mechanisms
Get a deeper understanding of key fraud tactics and their potential impact
Learn how to combat fraud on multiple fronts across the buyers' journey
Protect your business from reputational and financial damage
Amy Crews Cutts, President and Chief Economist at AC Cutts & Associates
Tom Aliff, Risk Consulting Leader at Equifax
Rich Stuppy,VP & Senior Customer Experience Leader at Kount, an Equifax Company
Hrishi Talwar, US Identity, Fraud and Compliance Leader at Equifax
Webinar broadcast date: 5/6/2021
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