Payment Fraud Prevention:
Quick Pivots and Proactive Planning
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About this White Paper:
Effective fraud prevention strategies do not stay effective indefinitely, they are maintained. Their effectiveness requires the ability to execute quick pivots in response fraud attacks while regularly reassessing whether the overall fraud prevention strategy continues to keep pace with evolving fraud trends and still aligns with internal business goals.
The intent of this white paper is to help organizations examine their payment fraud prevention strategies from both of these perspectives: the ability to implement quick pivots that will contain fraud attacks, and acknowledging the need for long-run evolutions in the strategy via proactive planning.
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Sift is the leader in Digital Trust & Safety, empowering digital disruptors to Fortune 500 companies to unlock new revenue without risk. Sift dynamically prevents fraud and abuse through industry-leading technology and expertise, an unrivaled global data network of one trillion (1T) events per year, and a commitment to long-term customer partnerships. Global brands such as DoorDash, Poshmark, and Twitter rely on Sift to gain a competitive advantage in their markets. Visit us at sift.com, and follow us on LinkedIn.