Using big data to put a big hurt on an $18.4 billion problem

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Stratecast publishes Jeff Cotrupe’s latest Stratecast Perspectives & Insights for Executives (SPIE) report

Using Big Data to Put a Big Hurt on Communications Fraud 08-12-2013

Stratecast has published Jeff Cotrupe’s latest research report, Using Big Data to Put a Big Hurt on Communications Fraud. The opening section of the report introduces the topic this way:

As the use of smart devices proliferates around the globe, communications service providers (CSPs) are dining on huge new revenue opportunities—and an equal helping of financial risk. The Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA)* …defines it as the use of telecommunications products or services without intention to pay. Committing communications fraud is serious business, and to borrow a phrase from a major motion picture, “business is a-booming.”** The CFCA’s most recent figures indicate that communications fraud represents an $18.4 billion risk.

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* The CFCA combats the problem of communications fraud; the industry group’s global membership consists of approximately 200 different telecommunications carriers, private network owners, law enforcement officers, communications end users, and others. The CFCA also works with other industry organizations including the TM Forum and The Forum for the International Irregular Network Access (FIINA) to combat communications fraud. The CFCA does not endorse any vendor or its products. Each company should do its own due diligence when selecting a fraud management solution.
** Inglourious Basterds (2009), Quentin Tarantino and Universal Pictures

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