IT Compliance

Developing Scenario Segmentation and Anomaly Detection Models

Provided by SAS

Category IT Compliance

Type White Paper

Length 8

Publish Date January 16 2015

Date posted October 10 2017

Overview

Financial institutions are under more pressure than ever before to meet with compliance regulations and monitor their firm’s risks. Meeting these demands has seen an uptake in organizations relying on analytical and statistical methodologies to improve their observations, increase coverage and reduce financial pressures. This paper discusses the importance of blending quantitative and qualitative approaches to transaction monitoring and looks at why segmentation is the first logical step on that journey. 

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