Threat and Fraud Prevention
Organizations are increasingly turning their attention to more effectively deal with threat and fraud. In regard to threat, intelligence and public safety organizations continue to be faced with massive amounts of data which must be analyzed to determine if there is a need to respond, prevent, and apprehend.
In a downward moving economy, enterprises and social services agencies are under increasing pressure to control the costs associated with fraud.
While standard textbook definitions will not link threat and fraud, at the core, they share several distinguishing features. This white paper explores these features, and the challenges that organizations face related to making sense of information in order to revolutionize their ability to mitigate threat and fraud.