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The New Face of Fraud and Detection

Professional criminal enterprises inflict more damage and losses on society than opportunistic individuals. Yet today, anti-fraud program managers focus primarily on detecting outliers, researching standalone fraud events, and acting on tips. And why not? Most anti-fraud analytic methods are focused at the provider or claim level; very little – if any – advanced data analysis focuses on the detection of collusive behavior among multiple entities. Criminal

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