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Issue 4
EMEA DA Newsletter
INTRODUCTION
Welcome to our latest newsletter!
In this special fraud-focused edition, we share news about our Future of Fraud and Identity event that took place in Madrid recently. Watch our 7-minute video to see all the highlights from the event and take a photo tour of the guests and speakers.
Take a look at our resources that illustrate the growing threat of fraud and what you can do to combat it. Our white paper, infographic, and video will help you to understand how you can develop a strategic response to fraud.
And if you haven’t booked a place on our webinar, I urge you to register now! We’ll be discussing the challenges organisations face in the fight against fraud; the impact of those on organisations’ bottom line; the key capabilities needed to develop a strategic response to fraud; and the steps that can be taken to foster the development of these capabilities and, in turn, reduce the uncertainty and inconsistency on which the modern fraudster thrives.

Best regards,

Charles Butterworth
Managing Director, Experian EMEA
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THE FUTURE OF FRAUD AND IDENTITY EVENT IN MADRID
Conversations with Ori Eisen and Frank Abagnale
On 12 February we hosted The Future of Fraud and Identity event, the international roadshow that made its final stop in Madrid. Leading fraud managers gathered to hear Frank Abagnale tell his life story, the inspiration behind the book, movie, and Broadway musical ‘Catch Me If You Can’, and Ori Eisen, founder of 41st Parameter, share his views on the key current and emerging fraud threats. A host of other leading figures in the world of fraud joined us to discuss their biggest fraud challenges now and in the future, and how organisations can mount a stronger defence against the growing threat of fraud.
See all the event highlights in our 7-minute video and photo album.
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ARE YOU ONE OF THE 63% OF COMPANIES WORLDWIDE FOR WHICH FRAUD EXPOSURE HAS INCREASED?
30% of companies remain vulnerable to information theft
Today’s tough economic climate is driving a surge in first party fraud for many organisations, whilst identify theft, the sophistication of fraudsters and cybercrime are also all on the increase. To make matters worse, preventing fraud is becoming more complex, with the challenges of multi-channel customer engagement, increased regulations and cross-border activity. This increased complexity is creating unacceptable losses, escalating costs and unhappy customers that, together, are impacting all areas of the business.
Take a look at our new resources that illustrate how you can address the fraud challenges with a strategic response that allows you to effectively combat fraud while balancing risk, revenue and customer experience.
Watch our new 3-minute video and download the infographic.
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HOW CAN YOU DEVELOP A STRATEGIC RESPONSE TO FRAUD?
Introducing Experian's fraud expertise
Experian’s fraud experts recommend a continuous cycle of fraud prevention, and work with organisations to develop a strategic response to fraud that supports a continuous cycle of fraud prevention, detection, investigation, and improvement.
Experian has a long history of protecting organisations against fraud, driving growth and profits by identifying legitimate customers and detecting fraud at every point of contact, while maintaining a positive customer experience. Our acquisition of 41st Parameter in 2013 enabled us to extend into real-time online transaction and mobile fraud prevention.
Learn more about our end-to-end offering of fraud products and services that enable you to define a strong fraud risk strategy; identify and prevent fraud; and review and improve existing fraud strategies to keep up with current and emerging threats.

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EXPLORE FRESH IDEAS
Fresh ideas and insight that support your business strategy
Visit our online resources portal to view our latest thinking and download our new white paper:

“The seven capabilities to achieving a strategic response to fraud”

In this paper, we consider the core fraud risk control capabilities that organisations need to develop in order to effectively counter fraud and its damaging effects, and thereby create a strategic response to fraud.
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NEWS News
60 per cent of organisations in Spain are not adequately protected against cyberfraud
A poll of senior managers in leading Spanish businesses reveals that 60 per cent of large Spanish organisations are not adequately prepared to deal with evolving cyberfrauds…
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EVENTS Events
Thursday 16 April 2015
Webinar: The fight against fraud - Protect your business and proactively manage risk
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