Money Laundering Detection
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What is it?
According to the Global Economic Crime Survey by PwC, money laundering transactions are estimated at 2 to 5% of global GDP. That’s roughly $1-2 trillion USD annually. For many money laundering and tax evasion scenarios, groups of organizations are victims and money is transferred between them to make detection even more difficult. Kaspersky Fraud Prevention provides you with powerful tools for timely cross-channel detection of money laundering and related activities.
Why Kaspersky Fraud Prevention?
Cross-channel and cross-organization fraud detection
Automated entity linking and mapping
Global device reputation
Unique identification of the users’ devices with dynamic fingerprinting
Higher detection rates enhanced by machine learning technologies
Detection of money mule services
Continue the conversation with our Fraud Prevention Consultants to learn how global threat intelligence and cutting-edge technologies combined will help you grow your business without security concerns and usability issues
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