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Dispute resolution law firm Kennedys and the University of Manchester will develop next-generation fraud prevention software for the benefit of insurers.
What Fraud Examiners Can Learn From Talking to Fraudsters
An exploratory examination of investigative interviewers’ reflections on their performance by Andrew Griffiths and David Walsh
New research announced by Callcredit Information Group found that the number of fraud professionals planning to use machine learning to tackle fraud in the next three years has doubled from 11% last year (2016) to 22% in 2017.
A penetration tester shares a story that shows how social engineering can get you anywhere.
The CLC’s mandatory secure badge scheme hopes to reduce the risk of impersonation online through cloned or copied websites, and helps to identify fraudsters setting up fake firms claiming to be regulated by the CLC.
Danske Bank has gone public on its deal with Think Big Analytics, the consulting arm of Teradata, to create and launch an artificial intelligence (AI) driven fraud detection platform.
The growing abundance of internal and external threats can make it difficult to stay ahead of fraudsters.
Data is key to preventing fraud and allowing authorised payments to get through while keeping unauthorised ones at bay
The UK Government has a duty of care to EU whistleblowers, in particular those who are UK nationals, who stood up and paid a high price for defending the interests of the taxpayer.
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