Join Syniverse on Dec. 13 for ‘Global Fraud Trends Review’ Webinar

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In many ways, fraud poses one of the greatest challenges to the mobile industry. Not only can it be propagated through a number of sophisticated ways, but victims can often be reluctant to share their experiences and enable action to be taken to prevent further fraud.

Syniverse has been right in the middle of helping operators and other mobile players combat this growing threat, and on Dec. 13 we’ll be sharing some of our latest research and analysis to help the industry make more progress against fraud. We hope you can join us then for our webinar, “Global Fraud Trends Review,” when we’ll share some of the most important insights we’ve gained from a report series we launched this year. The series, “Understanding the Global Threat of Mobile Fraud,” examines more than one full year of firsthand data on mobile fraud using our fraud protection database, which collects fraud data originating from over 180 countries.

My colleague Jeeson Thekkekara, Senior Product Manager in our Risk Management group, and I will delve into the findings of the second installment in this report series to discuss these issues:

  • Most common countries where fraud originates and terminates.
  • Times of the week and year when fraud is most likely to occur.
  • Details on the global distribution of fraud.
  • Insights on the major factors driving today’s mobile fraud.

To learn more, please register to attend the webinar on Dec. 13 at the link below. We hope you can join us.

Registration for “Global Fraud Trends Review” webinar on Dec. 13


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James Stewart joined Syniverse in 2008 and brings more than 25 years of experience in the mobile industry, with a particular specialization in fraud prevention. In addition to being Director for Fraud Product Management at Syniverse, he serves as the Chairman of the GSMA’s Roaming and Interconnect Fraud and Security Subgroup. Before joining Syniverse, James was a Client Partner at Fair Isaac, in its telecoms division. It was during his tenure with Fair Isaac that he became directly involved in the creation of the near-real-time roaming data exchange (NRTRDE). Prior to his position at Fair Isaac, James worked at Neural Technologies and Cerebrus Solutions, and specialized in fraud and risk management. Previously, he was with Nortel Networks, where he spent 10 years working in Nortel’s e-business group to help operators overcome revenue assurance challenges. He holds a Bachelor of Science in electronics and electrical engineering from Brunel University in the U.K.

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