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Artificial intelligence and machine-learning are fast becoming essential weapons in the war on fraud
The Court of Appeal overturned a controversial ruling by the High Court from May 2017, which threatened to have significant implications for companies carrying out internal investigations.
While fraud may be a human problem, the right technology can help businesses and individuals fight back.
Hailed as a tamper-proof public ledger, blockchain is a welcome weapon in the fight against fraud, but it is not the panacea some believe it to be
The Right Honourable Dominic Grieve QC MP has been announced as the first patron of the independent fraud watchdog Fraud Advisory Panel.
One in ten adults have been victims of card or account fraud in the past year, losing a combined total of more than £2bn – a rise of almost 40% on the previous period – yet many are not taking basic steps to protect themselves.
Changes in the words we use and the ways we communicate may make it even trickier to ferret out financial malfeasance.
Fraud rates could be cut if more businesses were made aware of the options that can be explored before the civil courts to recover stolen assets
With the recent global cyber security attacks and online fraudsters getting more and more intelligent by the day, Accountancy Age discussed the role that the accounting profession has to play in preventing fraud and corruption
The online life of every individual is increasing, requiring a better unique user identification and full privacy protection.
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