Fraud Detection: A Method to the Data Source Madness

Insurers, including Nationwide, CNA and MetLife, are leveraging a growing number of data sources and applying high-performance analytics to help detect patterns of fraud as early as possible.

Insurance Networking News, January 1, 2014

Bob Violino

Companies in many industries are extolling the benefits of data analytics to generate new business opportunities and better serve customers. For insurers, there's an additional benefit: early detection of fraudulent activity. Insurers are leveraging a growing number of data sources - including social media - and applying high-performance analytics to help detect patterns of fraud as early as possible.

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