Veriff contributed to the 2022 edition of The Paypers Financial Crime and Fraud Report, which shares expert insights and best practices of fraud prevention and risk management. The report also includes an exclusive interview with our CPO and Co-Founder, Janer Gorohhov. Download it today!
Carl-Ruuben Soolep, May 4th, 2022
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The newest edition of the Financial Crime and Fraud Report produced by The Paypers gives insight into key industry trends, plus some tips on how best to tackle issues like KYC and fincrime.
Divided into four chapters, the report will dive into topics such as creating safe digital economies using IDV solutions, the role of digital ID in establishing trust and enhancing digital onboarding processes, BNPL fraud, corporate identity theft, the benefits of having a risk-based approach to anti-fincrime strategy, regtech in the Metaverse and regtech trends, tackling fraud through collaboration, and many more.
Veriff’s 2021 edition of the fraud report showed a whopping 61% increase in fraudulent activity compared to 2020. Our research also showed that identity fraud represented 56% of attacks within the fintech sector. The new report from The Paypers covers future challenges and how innovative technology allows businesses to prevent fraud as it grows and evolves.
Forrester Consulting conducted a commissioned Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) study on behalf of Veriff about the potential benefits of using Veriff’s Identity Verification Platform.
Biometric authentication is making legacy authentication processes obsolete, with its endless benefits across industries. Facial recognition, fingerprint scanning, and voice recognition — to name a few — help streamline processes, deter fraud, and keep people safe amid the global pandemic.
Biometrics has moved beyond just fingerprinting to open your iPhone. This technology has become a common place for both customer experiences and day-to-day business operations, and the global pandemic has only sped up adoption across industries.