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Otkritie Bank has introduced the latest protection against financial fraud
Otkritie Bank has implemented an advanced solution to protect against financial fraud. The umbrella complex of preventive monitoring allows you to control more than 15 bank systems. Thus, the bank can quickly identify suspicious transactions and quickly respond to changes in fraudulent schemes, reliably protecting customers.
According to the press service of Otkritie Bank, the complex based on the Nice Actimize antifraud system will allow the bank's experts to detect fraud (fraud) with payment cards, fraud in remote service systems, and ensure compliance with the regulator's requirements.
The complex allows you to work with alerts, case management, configuration and setup of alerts, investigation and reporting processes. The functions of receiving notifications from external systems and immediately informing the client about a suspicious transaction are available.
As DIS Group CEO Pavel Likhnitskiy noted, the world's leading anti-fraud system Nice Actimize offers its clients many years of experience and deep expertise in the fight against financial fraud.
According to Dmitry Pervukhin, Vice President, Deputy Director of the IT Development Department of Otkritie Bank, for the first time in Russia, an umbrella anti-fraud complex was implemented in parallel with the large-scale integration of IT landscapes when nine banks were merged. A list of system development tasks for the current year has already been formed.
Ilya Suloev, Director of the Information Security Department of Otkritie Bank, said that work with the anti-fraud solution for the bank's experts has become more flexible. In particular, customizable data processing logic, policies and rules for detecting suspicious activity and making decisions have appeared.