Managed Services for CNP Fraud Prevention
The fact is at some point in a company’s lifetime they will end up considering, directly or indirectly, the use of a managed service provider for some or all of their fraud management needs. The concept of a managed service provider in the fraud space is an often misunderstood concept. The notion that all managed service providers are the same and can be compared in an apples-to–apples comparison just isn’t the reality of the market.
There are a number of different ways vendors can offer managed services to a business in terms of features, functionality, service and performance. Attempting to evaluate managed services based solely on features and functionality can lead to gaps in performance and disappointment in the actual results of the service. Companies need to ask themselves, “How well do I really understand managed services and how they need to fit into our company to meet our objectives?” This course is intended to provide an overview of what types of managed services are available along with guidance for evaluating the effectiveness and fit of managed services for a particular company’s needs.
This course was last updated in August, 2017 to reflect the changing landscape risk management and managed services. Now offered in HTML5 and compatible with all mobile devices.
Key Concepts Covered:
After completing this course you should be able to answer and discuss the following questions:
(1) What are managed services and how do we compare different managed service providers? (2) What is the value proposition managed services offer and what are the primary reasons merchants choose to use managed service providers? (3) What are the best practices for evaluating managed service providers and how do we compare providers with very different scopes of coverage?
Training Objectives: (1) Define the meaning of a managed service, a managed service provider and the groupings of providers based on their capabilities. (2) Describe the motivating factors that influence merchants to consider the use of managed services as well as the value proposition managed service providers offer. (3) Dispel common myths and misconceptions with regards to managed services. (4) Describe how to evaluate managed service providers in terms of best practices.
Expected time to complete training: 80 minutes (includes quizzes and exam)
Prerequisites: This is considered an Introductory level course and requires no previous knowledge or training on the subject matter.
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