Banks will launch technology to combat fraudulent calls


July, 12. FINMARKET.RU – Financial organizations are planning to launch a pilot project of a system for accounting and analysis of telephone fraud (SUATM), Izvestia reported. Alexey Voylukov, Vice President of the Association of Russian Banks (ADB). In his opinion, now the legislation is not fully focused on the suppression of telephone fraud. In addition, the ready-made technology will need to be launched at the site of a supervisory agency, for example, the Ministry of Internal Affairs or Roskomnadzor, in order to improve the response to attacks by malefactors. On the basis of the association, it is planned to create an interdepartmental group for interaction on combating fraud, which will include representatives of regulators and the market, Voilukov said. The press service of Roskomnadzor noted that an interdepartmental working group is already operating under the Ministry of Digital Science to discuss countering telephone fraud, which includes representatives of regulators and the market. The largest banks have supported the launch of SUATM; its pilot can be launched as early as late 2021 or early 2022.

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