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Can-Do Digital Banking. Yes to Customers and No to Fraudsters

In this webinar, learn:

  • How innovative practices can proactively defeat identity and transaction fraud
  • Why it’s vital to balance fraud mitigation with business innovation and product launches
  • How to ensure exceptional customer experiences by reducing false declines
Watch the Webinar On-Demand

With the rise of digital banking, consumer banks are facing a dramatic increase in the number of fraud risks. The percentage of suspected digital fraud attempts increased by an alarming 149% in early 2021. The threat of synthetic, third-party and other identity fraud—from consumer direct deposit accounts (DDA) and credit card applications to loan originations and transactions—not only accounted for $43 billion of fraud losses in 2020, but slowed down digital transformation for many banks.

How can innovative banking leaders proactively defeat fraud while enabling the best customer experiences and accelerating business innovation? Join this webinar hosted by Ted Josephson, Vice President of Consumer Bank Fraud and Credit Strategy at Synchrony Financial, and Yinglian Xie, Co-founder and CEO at DataVisor to learn more.

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Yinglian Xie
Yinglian Xie
CEO and Co-Founder
Ted Josephson
Ted Josephson
Vice President of Consumer Bank Fraud and Credit Strategy
Synchrony Financial
Tanna Faulkner
Tanna P. Faulkner
SVP Digital Channels and Sales
Data Center Inc

About Datavisor

DataVisor is recognized as an industry leader and has been adopted by many Fortune 500 companies across the globe.

DataVisor is the world’s leading fraud and risk management platform that enables organizations to respond to fast-evolving fraud attacks and mitigate risks as they happen in real time. Its comprehensive solution suite combines patented machine learning technology with native device intelligence and a powerful decision engine to provide protection for the entire customer lifecycle across industries and use cases.