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Why telcos struggle with IRSF?

IRSF is the most significant fraud threat facing telecom organisations worldwide.

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Fraud Managers recognise the complexity of this fraud type, and know they are  ill-equipped to tackle it effectively.

Why? Because traditional fraud systems are “rules-based”, and alarms are only generated after the attack has occurred.
By then it’s already too late.

FraudStrike™ offers a unique advantage over other fraud detection techniques: it generates alerts either before or during the early stages of a fraud attack.

This is a very key differentiator, as we can now "move the dial" from reactive to predictive fraud detection, saving telcos up to 98% of potential financial losses in a single IRSF case.

IRSF Detection

Telcos will now be able to:

  • Predict IRSF attacks before they occur
  • Reduce IRSF attacks: once fraudsters realise that the telco is protected, they will move to easier targets
  • Enhance their reputation with the press by giving them good news to print when an IRSF attack is detected early, avoiding issues for the customers
  • Take more risk with customer acquisition, as IRSF fraudsters will now be identified and blocked early
  • Allay customer concerns that stolen phones and hacked PBXs will not lead to eye-popping bills
  • Substantially improve internal detection and prevention processes

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