Fraud detection and prevention (FDP) market share is gaining immense momentum due to increasing cases of corporate economic theft and other financial crimes which lead to considerable revenue losses. Additionally, growing demand to track and secure real-time transactions is driving technological advancements in the field of digital payment, adding impetus to global fraud detection and prevention industry trends.Several government initiatives aim at securing online financial transactions carried out by the citizens and are spreading awareness about e-payment fraudulence along with levying stringent regulations.The burgeoning e-commerce sector is substantially driving the digital payments domain and providing opportunities to people involved in fraudulent activities. The e-commerce market in emerging countries is particularly ripe for the taking, with Indian e-commerce sector itself projected to surpass USD 120 billion by 2020. Rising penchant for online shopping and e-banking will certainly offer lucrative growth prospects for FDP industry.
Enumerated below is a summary of the top trends that are likely to be driving fraud detection and prevention market outlook over 2019-2025:
Increased deployment of fraud analytics
Growing number of cases of fraud in the banking, corporate, and e-commerce sectors is steering the demand for a reliable and accurate fraud detection systems in order to control the economic losses. Lately, fraud analytics has gained increasing demand as an effective FDP technology to help enterprises track or predict wrongdoings.
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Fraud analytics comprises an amalgamation of analytic technology coupled with human interaction that assists in the detection of possible fraud or theft. Fraud analytics help in identifying hidden patterns, facilitate data integration, harness the unstructured data, enhance the existing efforts and facilitates real-time alerts and reporting, thereby making them an integral component of fraud detection and prevention market.
Application in credit and debit card frauds
Rising dependence on plastic money globally is intensifying the global FDP market scope. According to reports, as of 2016, the total value of card payments recorded in the U.S. was estimated at USD 5.96 trillion. In terms of numbers, credit cards segment had recorded a remarkable growth rate at 10.2% while debit cards grew by 6%. Evidently, there has been a rise in the adoption of credit and debit cards among people, raising the probability fraud.
There are several forms of credit and debit card frauds such as:
- Counterfeit card fraud
- Card ID theft
- Fake card
- Card Not Present (CNP) fraud
- Manual or electronic card imprints
The government and many key industry players are undertaking initiatives to spread awareness among the people regarding card usage and precautions that must be followed. The Reserve Bank of India, for instance has laid down guidelines to strengthen electronic banking transactions with an aim to facilitate customer protection. Growing demand for debit and credit cards has led to an increased adoption of fraud detection and prevention solutions.
Growing adoption in the banking sector
Increase in employment levels have led to a rise in disposable incomes worldwide, propelling the banking industry globally. Banking sector is witnessing rising demand for online services and credit cards in Asian countries like Japan, China, India, among others, owing to the rise in industrialization and globalization.
As per reports, for the fiscal year 2017-18, the total bank deposits in India increased at a notable CAGR of 11.66% and was slated to increase rapidly in the forthcoming years. Rising demand for a robust digital banking infrastructure has given rise to technological innovations such as IMPS, NEFT, mobile banking and other forms of digital payment methods.
Suring bank fraudulence in terms of check tampering, credit and debit card fraud cases, cash transaction monitoring and incorrect accounts keeping may lead to huge economic losses to countries. A burgeoning banking sector will undoubtedly complement the global fraud detection and prevention industry forecast.
Financial market trends in North America
While the demand for FDP services has been rising across several regions such as Europe, MEA and APAC, North America is likely to emerge as one of the more profitable revenue terrains for fraud detection and prevention industry share.
The financial and insurance sector in the U.S. was valued at USD 1.5 trillion and represents one of the most liquid financial markets in the world.
The robust financial sector in North America is experiencing increasing attempts at financial frauds and thefts. Reportedly, over 74% of the financial institutions based in North America have reported online or mobile fraud losses. It was estimated that by 2022, the financial organizations would spend over USD 9.3 billion annually on tools for fraud detection and prevention.
The presence of global financial multinationals as well as leading security service providers in North America will significantly amplify fraud detection and prevention industry size in the years ahead.
Author Name : Shreshtha Dhatrak