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Understanding why people commit fraud is a starting point in countering the heavy losses sustained by businesses
Every bet, every search, every user interaction, every deposit and every withdrawal creates a new digital record that is stored more or less forever.
It has been widely reported that whistleblowing tips concerning fraud, bribery and corruption made to the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) are continuing to fall.
Fuel theft using fraudulent credit cards has become widespread with the development of skimmers that steal account information
Follow these six best practices to blow past the competition, generate new revenue sources, and better serve customers
As a dedicated time to spread fraud awareness, it’s the perfect opportunity for you to reach out to members in your community to educate them about fraud and what you do as an anti-fraud professional.
A new mobile technology designed to halt sophisticated digital identity fraud, could eradicate cumbersome verification processes on online banking and mobile apps, and halt the ongoing issue of social engineering in its tracks.
Cynthia Hetherington, CFE, President of the Hetherington Group, discusses the best tools fraud examiners can use to conduct social media investigations, as well as the roadblocks they should be prepared to face.
Hear how increased speed and convenience in payments increase fraud risk, how financial institutions can address financial crime threats through technology and processes, and how firms can derive further benefits from their investment in fraud prevention – including by leveraging customer transaction information to identify new opportunities.
Rosalind Wright CB QC was awarded the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws (Hon LLD) by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol) in recognition of her commitment to Law and Fraud advocacy.
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