Expert view: the ACI blog

Michael Kyritsis

Lead Solution Consultant

Posted on: Wednesday, October 1, 2014

Why protect other people's data that you didn't ask for?

Do these questions sound familiar:

"Has your luggage been in your possession at all times?”
"Has anyone given you anything or asked you to carry on or check any items for them?"

Michael Grillo

Director, Marketing Line Leader

Posted on: Thursday, July 24, 2014

Global Consumer Fraud Survey Part II: Is there an unfair distrust of retailers?

More results were released earlier this week from Aite Group based on the ACI Global Consumer Fraud Survey.

Seth Ruden

Senior Fraud Consultant

Posted on: Thursday, July 17, 2014

The Battle for Top of Wallet

In the recent Aite/ACI global consumer fraud survey, a few key points jumped out at me from the North American statistics:

Subhashish Bose

Senior Fraud Consultant

Posted on: Tuesday, July 8, 2014

The Indirect Cost of Fraud to Banks

Retail banks in Asia Pacific should be worried if they have read the recent survey results of card fraud conducted by Aite Group & ACI Worldwide.  A few warning signs emerged from over 1,800 respondents surveyed across 6 countries in the APAC region.

Michael Grillo

Director, Marketing Line Leader

Posted on: Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Questioning Consumer Confidence in Fraud Protection: Are Banks and Retailers at Risk?

Earlier today, Aite Group (alongside ACI) unveiled a comprehensive new research report that calls into question consumer confidence in fraud protection by financial institutions and retailers.

Andy Morris

Lead Solutions Consultant

Posted on: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Beating Fraud at the World Cup

Tomorrow, June 12, marks the start of the World Cup with an estimated 600,000 tourists expected to descend on Brazil. With crime rates in the country on the rise, and a predictable sizable increase in financial transaction volumes during the event, fraudsters have no doubt made plans to target consumers spending money on their cards.

Mark Southby

Principal Solutions Consultant

Posted on: Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Using Data to Stop Fraud: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly

When many of us started in the fraud prevention game, we were seeking to detect and prevent “bad” credit card transactions. We measured ourselves on basis points for losses on credit cards, and compared ourselves against our peers and other territories to see how we were going.

Lynn Holland

Vice President, Product Management

Posted on: Thursday, April 17, 2014

Compromises are Bad…When it Comes to Protecting Data

Yet another data breach is in the news today: LaCie is reporting that it has been on-going for a year.

Andy Morris

Lead Solutions Consultant

Posted on: Thursday, April 3, 2014

A New Season of Fraud Statistics

Well it must be nearly spring? The days are starting to get longer. The daffodils are starting to flower and the latest round of industry fraud stats from the Financial Fraud Action UK and other industry trade associations are out!!!

Michael Grillo

Director, Marketing Line Leader

Posted on: Monday, March 31, 2014

Investing in Fraud Prevention and a New Perspective on EMV - More from BAI Fraud Survey

In my last blog, I shared some data from our recent fraud survey of financial industry professionals indicating that almost eighty percent of customer accounts and bank operations have been affected by recently publicized data breaches.