Highlights from the FraudShare Annual Report
FraudShare is one of the most widely used tools by our members to prevent third party account takeover fraud. Learn more about how it is being used and insights gained from fraud incidents entered into FraudShare. Note: This report is available only to those with a limra.com account.
The FraudForum is for FraudShare users to interact and share information regarding a wide range of financial crimes and fraud topics. In addition to sharing information and collaborating with peers on fraud incidents users can also share information on fraud controls, fraud training and fraud operations. The intent is for users to share incidents, exchange experiences, and offer lessons learned and best practices that will help everyone strengthen their financial crimes and fraud prevention capabilities.
API Capabilities Now Available
Seamlessly collect Account Takeover (ATO) Incident records and associated Threat Indicators from FraudShare saving time and allowing regular and programmatic ingestion into your other internal fraud prevention tools and applications.
Incident Request API - The Incidents API is used to request incident records from the FraudShare utility. The caller specifies a date range using the input parameters and receives a JSON list of all incidents for that date range. The data returned is similar to the incident data returned from the FraudShare utility’s Data Export page.
Threat Indicator Request API - The Threat Indicator API is used to request threat indicator records from the FraudShare utility. The caller specifies a date range using the input parameters, as well as a disposition value to allow setting all threat indicators to the dispositioned state, and receives a JSON list of all threat indicators for that date range. The data returned is similar to the threat indicator data returned from the FraudShare utility’s Data Export page.