The Future of Financial Fraud Detection Software

The Future of Financial Fraud Detection Software

By CFO Tech Outlook | Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Financial fraud has been a significant issue for financial services institutions as global transactions are increasing, the danger is too. What’s the solution then? Financial institutions must opt for a real-time automated system to detect fraud across multiple channels and transactions daily. With the advent of big data analytics, traditional methods of fraud detection such as manual detection appear mundane, sometimes inaccurate, and time-consuming as well. Therefore, enterprises must invest in financial fraud detection software which integrates big data analytics and computational methods.

Fraud detection software Market

Fraud detection software consists of a model that is built by ML methods and stream computing.  The model analyzes the client’s past data to detect possible fraud patterns. The software further minimizes losses by reducing detection time, managing massive datasets and use correlation to identify fraud patterns and anomalies.

The advancements in new technology have enabled numerous ways for criminals to commit fraud. For instance, cloud services have increased the preference of digital data that makes enterprises significantly vulnerable to scams. These fraudulent activities are undertaken mainly for monetary benefits thereby resulting in depreciation in the revenue of the organization. This has further magnified the demand of financial fraud detection software in the enterprises.

The high cost of (ML) Machine Learning and statistical analytics solution are major challenges for the rapidly growing market which is further hindering the market growth. Low level of awareness and the demand for the infrastructure before the deployments of the software are a few restraints for this market.

 

Segmentation

Financial Fraud Detection software is segmented by the end user, geographical region, and deployment type. The end user can be further segmented into financial enterprises, educational institutions, healthcare, government, and manufacturing sectors. Deployment type refers to identity theft, money laundering, debit card fraud, subscription, and claim frauds. Geographically, the software market can be segmented into North America, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Japan, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, and the Middle East & Africa.

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