sponsored by IBM
Posted:  02 Oct 2013
Published:  02 Oct 2013
Format:  PDF
Length:  4  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

Fraud is often difficult to identify because it is perpetrated across multiple systems and processes. As a result of the ad hoc nature of fraudulent activities, investigations can be difficult and expensive to coordinate and prioritize. The deluge of available data—including unstructured content such as email, handwritten notes and social media traffic—adds to the challenge.

Analyst teams frequently do not have enough time to sift through the mountains of information to discover patterns that may lead to investigative breakthroughs. View this resource to learn more about optimizing investigation effectiveness with a flexible collaborative case investigation. 

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