The energy and power vertical is also experiencing fraud incidents, as major transformations such as the use of sensors, smart meters, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies are taking place in this industry. Real-time information of billing and loading/unloading of goods helps reduce fraudulent activities and financial losses. Frauds in this vertical include excessive billing, fake billing, supply shortage, and tax frauds. These frauds not only result in revenue losses for organizations, but also tarnish their brand image/reputation.
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What are the recent developments and innovations done in Fraud Detection market?Recent Developments are: In October 2019, Kount launched a new fraud prevention solution to differentiate between criminal fraud, friendly fraud, and legitimate disputes to improve business outputs and increase revenue. In August 2019, NICE partnered with Jumio, a global leader in AI-powered identity verification. Jumio joined NICE’s X-Sight Marketplace ecosystem, to assist financial services organizations in evaluating new point solutions and move to stay on top of a challenging regulatory and criminal environment. In June 2019, BAE Systems partnered with Arachnys, a leading provider of in CRI solutions, to address AML and compliance obligations and to deliver accurate and efficient fraud detection and prevention solution. In January 2019, NICE unveiled the IFM-X Integrated Fraud Management (IFM) platform that leverages automation and ML technologies to minimize fraud and money-laundering attacks and to reduce the total cost of system implementation. In October 2018, BAE Systems and Mphasis formed a partnership to protect organizations from evolving fraudulent activities by providing solutions with capabilities for fraud and money laundering detection to the financial institutions. In September 2018, The company unveiled its identity authentication and verification solutions, InstantID, that helps verify a customer’s personal information. In July 2018, FRISS partnered with Rabobank to provide solutions to P&C insurance industry to minimize fraudulent activities. In April 2018, FICO upgraded its antifraud solution to help banks, lenders, FinTechs, and other institutions fight financial crime.
Where will all these developments take the Fraud Detection industry in the long term?All the developments will drive the market towards positive growth. Fraud Detection and Prevention (FDP) market size to grow from USD 3.4 billion in 2018 to USD 63.5 billion million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 26.7% during 2018–2023. Cloud based solutions are expected to gain traction during the forecast period.
What are the upcoming trends for the Fraud Detection and Prevention Market?The major factors that are expected to be driving the FDP market are increasing revenue losses for organizations due to the rising fraudulent attacks, increasing use of electronic transactions across all the verticals and increasing sophistication level of cyber-attacks across all regions will contribute to the growth of the overall FDP market. The rise of digital technologies for payments and the growth of digital banking offer several untapped and unexplored growth opportunities for the FDP market. Online businesses rely mainly on electronic transactions for their products and services offered. Along with the increase in the number of customers shopping online, fraudulent activities have also been on the rise. Frauds such as identity theft, merchant and triangulation frauds, affiliate and clean frauds, phishing, pagejacking, and counterattacks occur during online transactions. FDP is an important issue for eCommerce businesses; customers need assurance that their sensitive data is safe and that their debit or credit card details cannot be stolen. As a result, organizations are adopting FDP solutions to meet their need for security, which is expected to be a key growth driver of the Fraud Detection and Prevention Market.
Which segment provides the most opportunity for growth in Fraud Detection Market?By solution, the fraud analytics segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR during the forecast period. The fraud analytics segment is expected to grow at the highest CAGR in the Fraud Detection and Prevention Market during the forecast period. Fraud analytics is a critical discipline which involves set of analytical techniques to analyze enterprises’ systems and database to identify the vulnerabilities where fraud can happen. They help in monitoring and analyzing data from several data sources; detect anomalies, and suspicious and unusual behavior across all channels. They also proactively detect frauds and enable robust information security to improve compliance. The growing adoption of technologies such as AI and machine learning for fraud detection could spur the demand for fraud analytics solutions on a large scale. By vertical type, the banking to account for the largest market size in the Fraud Detection and Prevention Market during the forecast period. The BFSI vertical is also a major target for cyber criminals who wants to commit frauds as it holds sensitive information of employees, customers, assets, offices, branches, and operations. Moreover, due to its amount of transactions (both monetary and data centric), number of transactions, technological advancements, and digitalization of financial sector, the possibility of frauds in this vertical is increasing significantly. Hence, organizations in this vertical are increasing the adoption of FDP solutions on a large scale to avert any kind of fraudulent attacks.
Who are the leading vendors operating in the Fraud Detection market?The key players in FDP market are: IBM (US), FICO (US), SAS Institute (US), BAE Systems (UK), DXC Technology (US), SAP (Germany), ACI Worldwide (US), Fiserv (US), NICE Systems (Israel), Experian (US), LexisNexis Risk solutions (US), iovation (US), Friss (Netherlands), Dell technologies (US), First Data (US), Wirecard (Germany), Software AG (Germany), Easy Solutions (US), Distil Networks (US), Guardian Analytics (US), Securonix (US), MaxMind (US), Kount(US), and Simility (US)
What are the opportunities for new market entrants in Fraud Detection industry?Applying AI and ML for FDP can be said to be the biggest opportunity for new market entrants. AI and ML are revolutionizing various businesses and industries. The ability of AI and ML will drastically reduce workforce costs, help in discovering new patterns, and create predictive models from raw data. The technologies enable real-time automated decisions for detecting fraudulent activities. AI and ML help data scientists to determine the transactions, which are most likely to be fraudulent. These technologies automatically discover the patterns across large volumes of streaming transactions.
Guardian Analytics provides products for fraud Detection, fraud Analytics and AML. It studies the fraudsters’ techniques and remain a step ahead of them. The only company to protect 100% of users and account holders against all types of threats and frauds and also learns from the attacks to be more advanced. Other solutions include account takeover detection, reconnaissance, and fraud set-up activity that indicate possible criminal activity in the early stages of an attack.
Imperva Bot Management's holistic approach provides the most visibility and control over human, good bot, and bad bot traffic. The company’s vigilant service, superior technology, and industry expertise provides customers with unprecedented protection from automated threats—without affecting the flow of essential business traffic.
eMcREY works proactively with clients to defend their assets against hacking, malware, and fraud, giving them the confidence to focus on opportunities rather than threats. The capabilities encompass card fraud detection, neural networks, risk rules engines, behavioural scoring and both real-time and post-authorisation.
Software AG's Event Analytics for Adabas is one of the trusted names for IoT, analytics, independent integrating and process software solutions for enterprises. Fraud detection software by Software AG helps enterprises with real-time metrics and big data records to combat fraud and reduce time-to-detection. Built on Complex Event Processing; the fastest CEP engine, the software allows companies to decrease the missed transactions up to 0.005%, and fight against scams of millions of dollars every year.