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PSD2 and Strong Customer Authentication: Defining New Customer Journeys

As a component of the Payments Service Directive 2 (PSD2) legislation, that was introduced in January 2018, the security measures that are outlined in the Regulatory Technical Standards come into effect from September 2019. With PSD2 the European Commission aims … » Read more…

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iovation 2019 Gambling Report: Combat Threats and Seize Opportunities

The gambling industry is changing fast; iovation, part of the TransUnion family, has created new approaches to fraud prevention, customer authentication, and transaction authorisation to help meet those challenges. iovation has released the 2019 gambling report where subject matter experts … » Read more…

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County lines in focus: drug dealing gangs using rental firms to avoid police detection

The term ‘county lines’ came into public consciousness last year through media reports into this new criminal enterprise. It refers to the practice of exploiting children to traffic drugs into rural areas where dealers will use dedicated (burner) mobile phone … » Read more…

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A data detox in time for spring: focusing on data quality and creating a true single customer view

  Key takeaways: Support your approach to compliance with accurate data Gain a true view of your customer base with DataDNA™ Build strong foundations to drive customer insight Fuel brand loyalty by creating relationships driven by data insight Whether it … » Read more…

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How data insights are helping to grow the food sector

Matthew Shanahan, Senior Business Development Manager, Retail Team, discusses the use of data within the fast food sector Having worked with data solutions for many years, the digitisation and datafication of industries is always an interesting topic to explore. These … » Read more…

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