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A Queen’s University Belfast student has developed software which can detect insurance fraud quickly.
A recent article in The Atlantic discussed how a scientific researcher is leveraging new software to address the issue of fraud in scientific studies
The National Fraud Initiative (NFI) has been running now for 21 years and has become a vital activity in helping the Cabinet Office to protect the public purse for the UK Government from fraud and error
High Court judges have given the UK government six months to revise parts of its Investigatory Powers Act.
There are a lot of misconceptions around fraud and fraudsters in the industry.
City council staff were reported by colleagues for fraud, theft, substance abuse and discrimination last year as whistleblowing doubled in the space of 12 months.
Conveyancers are being encouraged to ask clients for a selfie to verify their identity as part of the latest anti-fraud measures.
While the fraudsters came from different backgrounds, displayed varied red flags and were discovered in a multitude of ways, one very clear fact emerged: owners or executives that committed fraud caused the greatest monetary damage.
In September 2015, IFED received a number of fraudulent motor insurance claims collected from multiple insurers by the IFB, and some referrals directly from insurers.
Blockchain is often described as a problem in search of a solution, but eGaming on the Isle of Man has provided a surprisingly obvious application for the technology.
Midlands Fraud Forum Ltd. Reg.No: 06436330 Copyright © March 2014