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With GeForce Experience 3.16, we're releasing a new beta feature called Ansel RTX. Ansel RTX expands key Ansel features to hundreds of games, allowing you to add stackable filters, save in HDR format, and even capture up to 8K resolution screenshots using AI on GeForce RTX GPUs. To enable this beta feature, go to "Settings," select "Enable Experimental Features", and press [Alt+F2] to start Ansel Photo mode.

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Create short GIFs from any video captured by GeForce Experience. Select your favorite video 5 to 15 second clip, add text above or below, and share as GIF to Facebook, Weibo, or Google Photos! Press [Alt+Z] and select the video from your gallery, change the format from "Video recording" to "Animated GIF" and press "Share".

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However, Gates and Jacob (2009) have pointed out that "the misuse of technology in the banking includes use of banking access for over-payments to vendors, sharing confidential information, and misuse of technology for unauthorized activities." Also, providing services on mobile and social media platforms, with limited knowledge of security requirements, poses lot of threats to customers and banks (ACL, 2015). Data analysis software enables auditors and fraud examiners to analyze an organization's business data to gain insight into how well internal controls are operating and to identify transactions that indicate fraudulent activity or the heightened risk of fraud (Bhasin, 2012). Data analysis can be applied to just about anywhere in an organization where electronic transactions are recorded and stored. As Kumar and Sriganga (2014) stated, "By leveraging power of data analysis technology, banks can detect fraud very soon and reduce the impact of losses due to frauds. Use of new technology can prove to be very helpful to control the fraud risk in banks." It is a well-known fact that investigation and prosecution of fraudsters in India is "very slow, time-consuming process, thus, the danger of fraud will always be there. Since banking industry is a highly-regulated industry, there are also a number of external compliance requirements that banks must adhere to in the combat movement against fraudulent and criminal activity.

Recently, banking sector business has become more complex with the development in the field of information and communication technology, which has changed the nature of bank fraud and fraudulent practices. For example, Berney (2008) observes that customers rely heavily on the web for their banking business, which leads to an increase in the number of online transactions. Similarly, Gates and Jacob (2009), and Malphrus (2009) have asserted that "the internet provides fraudsters with more opportunities to attack customers, who are not physically present on the web to authenticate transactions." Fraud, however, is a major component of operational risk. But if the banker is upright and knows his job well, the task of the defrauder will become extremely difficult, if not impossible. This has thrust enormous responsibilities in terms of prescribing and maintaining an effective architecture of internal checks and controls, and optimum use of innovative technology (Wells 2005). Banks have more technology and more incentive than ever to combat fraud in

The year-wise details, beginning from 2000-01 to 2013-14, regarding the number and amount of frauds reported by the Indian banking sector to the RBI, are shown in Table 2. With the advent of mobile and internet banking, the number of banking frauds in the country is on the rise as banks are losing money to the tune of approximately Rs. 2,500 crore every year. While the figure for 2010-11 was Rs. 3,500 crore, for the current financial year (till September) it is about Rs. 1,800 crore. Further, state-wise list of information on banking frauds shows Maharashtra (Mumbai) reporting the highest number of cases to the RBI. In the last financial year, banks in the Maharashtra reported 1,179 cases with Rs. 1,141 crore being lost to such frauds. Maharashtra is followed by Uttar Pradesh with 385 cases during the same period (Shukla, 2012).

The primary responsibility for preventing frauds lies with individual banks. Major cause for perpetration of fraud is laxity in observance in laid down system and procedures by supervising staff. However, the RBI routinely advises banks about major fraud prone areas and the safeguards necessary for prevention of frauds. This is done so that banks can introduce necessary safeguards by way of appropriate procedures and internal checks. With growing usage and dependency on electronic forms of transaction, banks have employed more secured means and platform separate from the normal channels of communication. The authenticity and integrity of such a platform is ensured through usage of specific software, which ensures the validity of the bank's electronic documents (Dubey, 2013). To keep the above frauds at bay, RBI prescribes that bank should conduct annual review of frauds and apprise its board regarding the findings; banks should have proper reporting mechanism in place to report to the RBI all information about frauds and the follow-up action taken.

Whether it is financial transactions, customer experience, marketing of new products or channel distribution, technology has become the biggest driver of change in the banking sector. Most banks are, therefore, insisting on cashless and paperless transactions. The substantially larger proportion of technology related frauds in the Indian banking sector by number is only expected as there has been a remarkable shift in the service delivery model with greater technology integration in the banking industry. Even though the incidence of cyber frauds is extremely high, the actual amount involved is generally very low. The new technologies adopted by banks are making them increasingly vulnerable to various risks, such as, phishing, identity theft, card skimming, vishing (voicemail), SMSishing (text messages), Whaling (targeted phising on high networth individuals), viruses and Trojans, spyware and adware, social engineering (Bhasin, 2007). Changing technology and rapid flow of information have placed the customer at the centre. It is critical for every bank to understand customer needs and expectations and offer customized services.

Technology can play a major part in combatting new age frauds, the E&Y Fraud Survey (2012) noted and added that a "proactive Forensic Data Analysis" can help governments, regulatory bodies and corporate to counter the increasingly complex nature of frauds. While it is not possible for banks to operate in a zero fraud environment, proactive steps such as conducting risk assessments of procedures and policies can help them hedge their risk of contingent losses due to fraud. Some techniques such as data visualization have proved to be effective. Fuzzy logic is another technique, which can be used on the data records of a company. These clubbed with a social network analysis, can indicate possible threat of collusion. Progressive reviews of unstructured data can help banks analyze the sentiments, tones and elements described in the fraud triangle (incentive, pressure and rationalization). This, together with unsupervised pattern recognition, can proactively help them to put in place fraud parameters. A careful study of the latest fraud cases in India suggests: (a) banks the most vulnerable, (b) difficult to detect collusion and (c) need for investors to be vigilant. Banks are enhancing their processes, controls and fraud risk management frameworks to minimize the opportunities for fraud, as well as, reduce the time taken in their detection. Many banks are implementing their fraud control and reporting frameworks to generate information in a way that the level of fraud identified, prevented and actual losses incurred are identified. This approach has enabled the benefits of skilled resources and automated tools to be quantified more precisely. 041b061a72


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