You might be forgiven for thinking that fraud and cybersecurity teams are habitually on the same page. But in most organizations, that’s not the case. Fraud is in a silo reporting to loss prevention or risk, and cyber security reports to the CISO. Fraud looks at stopping losses in real time, cyber security teams think future in terms of defense and recovery.
Last year research firm Gartner introduced their “Trusted Identity Capabilities Model,” a blueprint for converging the work done by identity proofing, authentication and fraud prevention teams, with the goal of gaining greater efficiency and gaining insight into new risks. Side benefits like better user experience and better alignment to organizational goals also come out of this model.
Part 1 of this webinar series looks at the problems this model seeks to solve, and what makes it different from past approaches. We’ll use diagrams and content from the original Gartner research, under temporary license to iovation.