SAS is Fighting Online Fraud – In Cary, that Means More Jobs (Herald Sun)


Fighting crime of various sorts is already been a growth industry for Cary software giant SAS, but it sees even more possibilities and has set up a new division to spearhead the effort.

The new “Fraud and Security Intelligence” division at SAS is also slated to get some reinforcements, via a 100-person staff expansion that will unfold in the coming three years. About half the new hires will work here in North Carolina, said Stu Bradley, vice president of the division. Its software offerings focus on helping companies and governments detect and stop fraud, money laundering, network hacks and other malfeasance.