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Why Consumer Education?

We are all connected.

Consumers are your children, spouse, partner, siblings, friends, co-workers, employees, parents, grandparents, etc. Although you may have training and security procedures in place where you work, you still interact and share connections with consumers.



How Consumer Education Helps You

Consumer expectations are changing.

Consumers expect more convenience, personalization, accessibility and ease of use via web, mobile, social and in-person. Increased access and simplicity creates an opportunity for greater consumer engagement. Broadening your fraud prevention resources is one way to meet evolving consumer expectations.

Today's trends require a new approach that anticipates, recognizes and services everyone's individual needs. Technology does not prevent human mistakes. You also need a consumer education solution that helps people make less mistakes. As the trusted advisor, you can expand your reach and create smart, security minded people.

"90 percent of the American public said they want to learn more about keeping safer on the Internet."

Source: National Cyber Security Alliance and the Anti-Phishing Working Group

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Today, organizations focus mainly on the resolution aspects of consumer fraud prevention. There is a huge opportunity to engage everyone to prevent fraud if organizations work closer with consumers.

Are your customers, members and employees fraud prevention experts?
If not, we can help you get them get smarter.