And finally, for thefirst time Falcon will include detection and case management capabilitiesrelevant to retail banking lines of business such as demand deposit/currentaccounts. "Based upon our research, its an unfortunate fact that last weeks data breachwas only the latest in a series of increasingly costly cyber crimes," saidAvivah Litan, Security and Privacy, Gartner. "In this environment, itsnecessary to fight fire with fire, implementing and upgrading the most advancedfraud solutions in order to stay ahead of criminals." Fair Isaac Falcon Fraud Manager 6.0 is the second member of Fair IsaacsDecision Management Suite, a set of applications sharing a common architecturethat allows financial institutions to connect decisions across the customerlifecycle. Falcon 6.0 makes extensive use of this new services orientedarchitecture, including a common data model, case management and rulesmanagement components. Falcon Fraud Manager 6.0 was introduced in limited availability in December 2008with the release of the Scoring Server module. The general availability releasein April 2009 adds an improved rules management module, based on Fair Isaacsindustry-leading Blaze Advisor product. Additional modules for enterprise casemanagement, retail banking fraud detection and other functionality will bedeployed later this year.
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