The Federal Reserve continues to expand its Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit with new information on providers of synthetic identity fraud mitigation products and services.
A Federal Reserve survey of over 2,000 consumers found that more than six in 10 plan to use faster payments more in the future.
The most recent additions to the Federal Reserve’s Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit offer new information about fraud detection technology, data sharing and the value of fraud information sharing within the industry to help fight synthetic identity fraud.
The latest release of the Federal Reserve’s Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit includes tools to help differentiate real customers from synthetics using identity validation tools and alternative data, and resources on how to identify synthetics at different stages of the relationship.
The Federal Reserve has unveiled a new showcase featuring more than 70 profiles of service providers that support instant payments.
The Federal Reserve’s new Synthetic Identity Fraud Mitigation Toolkit provides financial institutions, consumers and businesses with an online repository of insights and resources for addressing this growing type of fraud.
The Federal Reserve and the Business Payments Coalition (BPC) recently announced the E-invoice Exchange Market Pilot and Remittance Delivery Assessment Work Group, two industry efforts aimed at catalyzing the modernization of business-to-business (B2B) payments in the United States.
The Federal Reserve has published the third and final research brief in a series on remote authentication fraud. This brief focuses on ways the Fed and industry can work together to improve fraud mitigation, build awareness and engage industry stakeholders.
The Federal Reserve has published the second research brief in a series, which takes a closer look into payment use cases and authentication methods that can help prevent the most common types of remote authentication fraud.
The Federal Reserve has been working in collaboration with payments professionals over the past two years to research key remote authentication fraud challenges and mitigation efforts. A new research brief explores authentication strategies to address new account fraud, synthetic identity fraud and account takeover fraud.