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Overview of eCommerce Fraud Prevention Techniques

While we would all like to have a silver bullet technique to take care of fraud online, there isn't any such technique. The fact is there are a lot of different techniques for preventing fraud online, and they don't all work the same or have the same effectiveness. But if you are looking to get a primer on the most commonly used techniques for fraud prevention, than this is the course for you.

In this course you will get an introduction to 40 plus fraud prevention techniques along with general guidance on how they work and where they are typically applied. This course is intended to provide an overview of the many fraud prevention tools and techniques available in the market today including discussions on how the tools or technique works, the results they provide and how to use them, vendors offering the tool or technique as well as alternative solutions in the market.

Key Concepts Covered:

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After completing this course you should be able to answer and discuss the following questions:
(1) What are some of the common fraud prevention techniques and how do they work? (2) What are the best use cases for common fraud tools and techniques? (3) What are the limitations of commonly used fraud prevention tools and techniques?

Training Objectives: (1) Gain a basic underlying understanding on the major eCommerce fraud prevention tools and techniques available today. (2) Discuss best use cases as well as limitations for specific fraud prevention techniques. (3) Be able to discuss more than 40 fraud prevention tools and techniques including what each offers and how to use the results. (4) Be able to determine and explain which fraud prevention tools and techniques are best suited for your business or vertical market.

Expected time to complete training: 150 minutes (includes quizzes and exam)

Course Applicability:

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Prerequisites: This is an Intermediate course and requires some basic knowledge, training or experience on the subject matter to understand the course material. Relevant professional experience or training related eCommerce credit card payments and the fundamentals of eCommerce fraud is recommended.

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Enrollment is easy and takes just a few minutes. You'll first need an account in our online training portal which can be created here. This free account can then be used to register for any of The Fraud Practice's online training courses or certification programs. With lessons available online 24x7, you are able to begin the Overview of eCommerce Fraud Prevention Techniques online training course immediately after enrolling.

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Course Availability: Online, In-House and Webinar

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eCommerce Fraud Prevention Techniques Training Course

A core curriculum course providing an introduction to 40 plus fraud prevention techniques including what they are, high level discussion on how to employ them and big picture considerations for using them.

I have read fraud prevention books but none of them organize or quantify the topics in such a useful and practical way. Books I have come across are often too theoretical and broad, but this is more about solving real business problems.

E. Gallo
Director of Global Risk Management, Retail Decisions