How to Improve Digital Customer Experience in Banking

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In this digital age, the banks and financial institutions need to be digitally transformed to deliver a consistent customer experience in banking whether it is online or retail. Banks functioning digitally have witnessed reduced costs and streamlined processes.

Call Center Fraudsters | Voice Morphing, Social Engineering, and the Need for Authentication

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banks, top five U.S. Additionally, social engineering is often added into a fraudster’s mix of techniques as a tactic to help them get around call center agent procedures.

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Social engineering: the manipulation of trust

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The threat of social engineering casts a wide net, as today’s professional attackers are online, on the phone, and are even standing directly across the counter from bank tellers. Conduct social engineering training to assess your team’s overall risk.

Improving Banking Experiences with Revation at Symitar 2019

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Visit us in Booth #222 to learn about our virtual contact center solution suite and our new chatbot engine, ‘Reva,’ which uses lite artificial intelligence (AI) to enhance the banking customer experience.

Restoring trust across banking channels

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Once social engineers get their hands on sensitive customer information, they try their hand at every servicing channel until they find a process they can defeat. The truth is, consumers never really know when their personal financial details have fallen into the wrong hands.

Restoring trust across banking channels

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Once social engineers get their hands on sensitive customer information, they try their hand at every servicing channel until they find a process they can defeat. The truth is, consumers never really know when their personal financial details have fallen into the wrong hands.

Employee Culture: Why Amazon is on Top and Bank of America Isn’t

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Last year’s survey revealed that Amazon claimed the top spot and Bank of America…well, didn’t. That is to say, Amazon has it—and Bank of America doesn’t. In 2003, Benjamin Black, website engineering manager and his boss, Chris Pinkham, vice president of IT infrastructure, presented a paper outlining the project. The Bottom 10 Companies Technically, Bank of America isn’t listed here by name but they do fall under the label of “Any Bank.”

How pre-answered caller authentication helps prevent telephone bank fraud

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When it comes to providing a trusted customer environment, banks are typically better at resolving problems stemming from non-predictive authentication and fraud than preventing them. What I mean by this is when banking customers place a call into a contact center, the very act of answering the telephone sets the stage for criminals to start their elaborate social engineering schemes. Done right, however, it can also have the biggest payback for both the bank and customer.

Same Tactics, Different Scripts: What Contact Center Fraud Sounds Like in the Age of Coronavirus

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With verified account numbers and some basic information, a fraudster has all they need to execute fraud through the phone channel using convincing scripts involving the current crisis to socially engineer contact center agents and individuals. .

How does your bank fight evolving phone fraud?

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Bank call centers are also targeted by fraudsters posing as customers calling in to change their account passwords or make financial transactions. As they offer customers new ways to bank online, financial institutions also needed to ensure those platforms secure.

Excellent Customer Experience | The Gift We Are All Looking for on Valentine’s Day

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The call center is often a starting point for fraudsters – they can obtain information via the phone channel and use it to hack into future accounts, steal identities, bank fraud, etc. . Authentication Bank fraud Phone Fraud Pindrop Pindrop® Labs Privacy Social Engineering

Get to the Heart of the Sales Mindset and Increase Questioning Confidence

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One of the biggest issues on the minds of L&D professionals working in and with financial institutions today: What separates the most effective tellers, CSRs, loan officers and other bank and credit union employees from all the rest?

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Employee Culture: Why Amazon is on Top and Bank of America Isn’t

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Last year’s survey revealed that Amazon claimed the top spot and Bank of America…well, didn’t. That is to say, Amazon has it—and Bank of America doesn’t. In 2003, Benjamin Black, website engineering manager and his boss, Chris Pinkham, vice president of IT infrastructure, presented a paper outlining the project. Technically, Bank of America isn’t listed here by name but they do fall under the label of “Any Bank.” I am not a fan of banks.

10 bank fraud lessons of 2012

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As much as we’d like to think that remote banking is safe, the reality is threats across all customer channels still exist. With new and emerging threats facing financial institutions every day, banks need to stay one step ahead of today’s tenacious criminals. Continued education is essential for fighting bank fraud : With crooks cooking up new schemes all the time, bank fraud teams need to keep up with the latest criminal trends and tactics.

The Future of Voice, Fraud, and the Impact to CX | A Recap

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Banks and the insurance industry are experiencing a higher level of fraud, with a 20% and 36% increase in fraud year over year respectively. These “secrets” can be easily hacked through social engineering or through the black market.

Bots and Biometrics for Financial Services: Putting the “B” in Banking

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Chat bots are at the center of the digital banking revolution. For example, Bank of America is currently testing its highly-anticipated chat bot , Erica. They are taking the time to refine the solution’s AI engine to ensure it provides contextual value and anticipatory engagement.

What customers want

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In a perfect world, when a customer has a question or needs to resolve an issue, they call their bank’s contact center and a live person immediately picks up. Social engineers have proven this time and time again.

Is the phone channel most at risk?

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When your banking operations includes multiple customer channels, defending your accounts and confidential business information against fraud can be much like playing the classic arcade game, Whac-A-Mole.

Combating bank fraud that targets user behavior

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Even with fraud defenses in place, individuals are still the ones who have to ultimately make banking decisions that could put them at risk. In other words, while anti-fraud technologies are designed to provide red flags and help detect fraudulent transactions, they can’t always stop people from being duped by clever social engineering schemes. Banking Fraud Caller ID Spoofing

What customers want

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In a perfect world, when a customer has a question or needs to resolve an issue, they call their bank’s contact center and a live person immediately picks up. Social engineers have proven this time and time again.

Authentication Myths | Reaching Critical Mass – Quick & Easy

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Authentication Bank fraud Identity Phone Fraud Phone Scam Pindrop Pindrop® Labs Social EngineeringReaching critical mass for enrollment can be defined as having enrolled a large portion of your customer base to justify the purchase price of the authentication solution in question. Traditional voice biometric software requires a customer to enroll actively, meaning they have to intently participate in saying a phrase or have the agent start to record as they speak.

The expanding threat of phone fraud

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How it impacts banks, hospitals, utilities or government agencies may differ, but one thing’s for sure, social engineering over the telephone is a real threat to any organization operating today.

Fraud costs prevailing in mobile transactions

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With mobile fraud on the rise, a new study found that 53 percent of mid-size to large banks say that identity verification is one of their biggest challenges.

Securing your call center environment from impersonators

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Advanced telephone scammers can manipulate any phone number to trick individuals into thinking their bank is contacting them. According to the recent Fortune article, “A Convincing, New Phone Phishing Scam Wants Your Banking Secrets.

Stronger customer authentication only way to mitigate risk of bank fraud

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Without it, or worse, relying on unvalidated resources like personal identifiable information (PII) to identify customers, puts every banking transaction at risk. Much like any other banking channel, financial institutions need to strengthen their customer authentication if they expect to stop fraud in the financial services industry, said Neil Schwartzman of secure messaging infrastructure provider, Message Bus. Sitting at the core of every financial transaction is trust.

Banks continually challenged with securing growing sales channels

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Along with providing faster and more convenient ways to bank, financial institutions are constantly challenged with making sure all of their customer channels are protected. The problem with offering customers more tools for customers to bank remotely is the ability to successfully secure the growing number of sales channels without impacting the user experience. And this says nothing about the damage that security questions can have on the goodwill of banking customers.

Looking at phone fraud and caller authentication in 2019

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Otherwise, they’re bound to fall behind evolving social engineering scams. Social engineering will increase. With more personal identifiable information being sold over the dark web, moving forward social engineering will be the leading threats facing call centers. .

‘Banking’ on Situation Management

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A Q&A interview with NICE Banking Sector Expert Erez Goldstein. Consolidation in the banking industry has its upsides…and some downsides as well, especially when it comes to managing physical security. In this Q&A interview, Erez Goldstein, Banking Sector Senior Product Marketing Manager for NICE Systems, shares his perspective on the security challenges facing the banking industry, and how Situation Management can help.

Zelle | A direct funds transfer disruptor…What Are You Trading For Convenience?

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Zelle is known for its pervasive nature, as a natural extension to a consumer’s existing mobile banking app and the speed it is able to offer funds transfers from account to account directly. Fraudsters are taking advantage of the system to drain the bank accounts of unsuspecting Zelle users – or nonusers. Some victims of Zelle fraud had never used, or heard of, the money-transfer application prior to the discovery of an empty bank account.

Security concerns prompting banks to invest in multi-factor authentication

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With fraud against financial institutions on the rise, what will banks be focusing on in the coming year? The recent BankInfoSecurity article, “New Insight on How to Respond to 2013’s Top Fraud Trends,” suggests that fraud attempts against banks and credit unions will continue to increase this year. Deploying a multi-factor authentication strategy can play a critical role in preventing fraud across all banking channels. Authentication Banking Fraud

Financial Costs Of Fraud & 3 Chances To Take Some Of It Back

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Technology – No matter how stringent the protocol, no matter how effective your process, without help from technology, fraudsters will get past a CSR using social engineering. Bank fraud Fraud

Contact Center IVR Fraud Mitigation: A Comprehensive Tool Kit for Fighting Fraud in 2020 and Beyond

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Fraudsters use the IVR to gather and validate information , they query your IVR like you would a search engine- turning your CRM into their personal fraudster playland. Fraudsters use your IVR as a search engine for your CRM. Bank fraud Consumer Fraud Fraud Phone Fraud

Real-time telephone authentication needed to identify risky in-bound calls

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With financial institutions pouring so much effort and investment in online security strategies, banks really need to consider the same when protecting their call centers. Without effective authentication tools that can verify telephone locations, bank contact centers remain vulnerable to various types of fraud over the phone channel. The way criminals scam bank phone representatives typically comes in the form of social engineering.

How Monitoring Your IVR Helps Predict and Reduce Fraud in the Contact Center

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Customer service agents are easily socially engineered by experienced fraudsters. Bank fraud FraudFraudulent activity in the IVR has become a tool for more sophisticated fraudsters and scammers to gain sensitive data that puts contact centers and financial institutions at risk. .

Identifying devices to thwart port-out scams

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Once they’re able to successfully have another person’s calls forwarded to their device, sensitive SMS-based text messages from the unsuspecting victim’s bank or credit issuer are redirected to a different device controlled by fraudsters.

The threat of open information sharing

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In other words, these personal nuggets are gold to social engineers. The data is collected by fraudsters to build personal profiles they can sell to other criminals, apply for credit cards, or socially engineer banks to takeover customer accounts.

Two-factor authentication helps curb innovative phone scams

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Today’s social engineers are smart, sophisticated and highly innovative. While this type of phone fraud isn’t new, it does show how innovative social engineers can be when it comes to leveraging existing technology such as Caller ID spoofing tools to defraud banks and businesses.

A [Female] Voice of Concern

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So for Pindrop’s Deep Voice biometric engine – how does gender impact accuracy? Today we’re working with the largest banks globally. Authentication Consumer Fraud Device Security Identity Phone Fraud Phone Scam Social Engineering

Two-factor authentication helps curb innovative phone scams

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Today’s social engineers are smart, sophisticated and highly innovative. While this type of phone fraud isn’t new, it does show how innovative social engineers can be when it comes to leveraging existing technology such as Caller ID spoofing tools to defraud banks and businesses.

Identifying devices to thwart port-out scams

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Once they’re able to successfully have another person’s calls forwarded to their device, sensitive SMS-based text messages from the unsuspecting victim’s bank or credit issuer are redirected to a different device controlled by fraudsters.