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Stu Bradley

Stu Bradley

Sr Vice President of Fraud & Security Intelligence at SAS
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Bio Stu Bradley leads a diverse team of nearly 400 technology and domain experts in more than two dozen countries in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia-Pacific. He and his team help commercial and public organizations leverage the most advanced analytic technologies in the arenas of AML/CFT compliance, banking fraud and financial crimes, healthcare cost containment, insurance fraud, procurement integrity, tax compliance, social benefits fraud, public security, and cybersecurity. Career History Stu's anti-fraud career spans more than two decades. Since joining SAS in 2009, he has served in leadership roles advancing the Fraud and Security Intelligence portfolio across three main pillars: Industry Fraud, AML Compliance, and Security. He has declared it his personal mission to help organizations and businesses implement a modern approach to stopping crime before it happens.

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Analytics in Banking

Fraud and Financial Crimes: 5 trends to watch in 2022

14 Mar 2022

As we settle into the new year, it’s only natural to ruminate what trends and changes we’ll witness in the months ahead. As someone who works in fraud detection technology, the optimist in me hopes ongoing advances in analytics, AI and other emerging technologies will stem the rampant, cross-industry fraud we’ve seen in the pandemic’s wake over th...

Digital Identity Management

Fuel on the Fire: How COVID-19 sparked a global payments fraud pandemic – and how to fight back

30 Aug 2021

As the rapidly spreading coronavirus spurred lockdowns and ongoing social distancing measures around the world, consumers flocked to digital channels to replace or supplement face-to-face interactions. Mobile apps and online channels correspondingly mushroomed. In the US, for example, banks saw mobile business grow 50% in the first half of 2020. Ne...

Artificial Intelligence and Financial Services

The Human Face of Fraud: Using AI to expand identity crime victim support

27 May 2021

Behind every fraud or identity crime is a human victim. It’s such an elementary concept, and yet we anti-fraud professionals are often so focused on preventing scams that it bears repeating. This is particularly true given the record-breaking levels of fraud that banks and government agencies have encountered during the COVID-19 pandemic. Victim a...

Innovation in Financial Services

Fraud and Financial Crimes: 5 predictions for 2021

25 Feb 2021

2020 was a year like no other, as disruption from the novel coronavirus pandemic created interlinked health and economic crises. In retrospect, the unknown magnitude of COVID-19 and its ripple effects did little to derail the accuracy my 2020 fraud predictions. Three of the five came to fruition, and we saw partial progress toward the remaining tw...