NICE Actimize Launches AI-Driven New Account Fraud Solution to Combat Synthetic and Stolen Identity Fraud
Offering smart customer account onboarding, the solution orchestrates the entire identity proofing process and extends fraud prevention coverage earlier in the customer lifecycle to provide high accuracy account monitoring
HOBOKEN, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sophisticated fraud schemes utilizing stolen and synthetic identities are accelerating, requiring more powerful fraud-fighting solutions than traditional identity verification might have previously offered. Addressing these market needs, NICE Actimize, a NICE business (Nasdaq: NICE), today announced the debut of its New Account Fraud onboarding and verification solution. Delivering advanced detection capabilities powered by artificial intelligence, NICE Actimize’s New Account Fraud solution takes a comprehensive and fully connected approach that directly addresses fraud loss manifested by stolen and synthetic identities as well as other fraud schemes associated with the act of opening an account.
With NICE Actimize’s New Account Fraud solution, organizations can take a multi-layered end-to-end fraud management approach. From account origination to both early and ongoing account monitoring, NICE Actimize’s New Account Fraud solution detects and prevents fraud across the customer’s lifecycle.
The solution is designed to work exclusively and seamlessly with IFM-X, NICE Actimize’s industry-leading enterprise fraud platform that delivers advanced detection capabilities powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. Providing a real-time response in detection and decisioning across some of the most extensive fraud coverage available on the market, NICE Actimize’s IFM-X platform supports fraud management solutions for digital, real-time and open banking channels.
NICE Actimize’s solution orchestrates and connects an organization’s current identity verification data and tools using advanced analytics to bring data and identity risk scores into a purpose-built new account fraud monitoring system. The solution is able to utilize the identity proofing data and risk score to enable optimized account opening decisioning, as well as during post account opening early monitoring for dynamic risk-based account access. By utilizing application data as well as monitoring all payment channels, the account fraud solution’s early monitoring functionality is designed to detect complex fraud emanating from stolen and synthetic ID as well as mule activity with high accuracy.
The NICE Actimize New Account Fraud solution also allows organizations to safely reduce new account application friction as well as false positive application rejections to more fully realize online and mobile customer channel acquisition potential. Identity risk scores and associated data are seamlessly connected into the new account monitoring solution for specialized ongoing monitoring using advanced AI and adaptive analytics for high accuracy new account fraud prevention.
“Investments in new account fraud controls have justifiably occupied top priority among fraud executives looking for a more effective means of balancing risk and client experience. Robust application fraud controls that enable organizations to more effectively monitor and quantify risk throughout the entire lifecycle of the relationship empower the organization to more effectively optimize profitability by minimizing risks without sacrificing acquisition and retention objectives,” said Trace Fooshee, Aite Group, Senior Analyst, Fraud and AML Practice.
“Proliferation of sophisticated fraud schemes that utilize stolen and synthetic ID has intensified the need for financial services organizations to adopt frictionless, digital-only new account opening processes. NICE Actimize’s advanced AI-driven New Account Fraud solution supports FSOs by providing a seamless and cost-effective solution that addresses the challenges reflected in the advancement of new fraud scenarios,” said Craig Costigan, CEO, NICE Actimize.
NICE Actimize’s New Account Fraud solution also offers the following capabilities:
- Identity proofing: Sophisticated identity proofing adds a layer of intelligence across all data streams to provide a single identity risk score for making decisions quickly and efficiently.
- Early account monitoring: Using “zero trust” dynamic risk-based profiling supported by advanced AI not only enables intelligent early account access but also defends and detects against accounts opened for the purpose of perpetrating fraud.
- Ongoing monitoring: Once accounts have matured, they are seamlessly transitioned into ongoing monitoring with all the intelligence acquired during both the application stage and early monitoring period.
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About NICE Actimize
NICE Actimize is the largest and broadest provider of financial crime, risk and compliance solutions for regional and global financial institutions, as well as government regulators. Consistently ranked as number one in the space, NICE Actimize experts apply innovative technology to protect institutions and safeguard consumers and investors assets by identifying financial crime, preventing fraud and providing regulatory compliance. The company provides real-time, cross-channel fraud prevention, anti-money laundering detection, and trading surveillance solutions that address such concerns as payment fraud, cybercrime, sanctions monitoring, market abuse, customer due diligence and insider trading. Find us at www.niceactimize.com, @NICE_Actimize or Nasdaq: NICE.
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