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Developing a data mindset

Earlier this year, TransUnion contributed to the government’s white paper on the use of data and analytics to counter fraud, which was published as part of a public consultation. Given that fraud costs the government an estimated £31bn to £48bn … » Read more…

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Navigating Loyalty, Promotional Abuse and ATO Fraud Challenges in the Travel Industry.

Loyalty programmes are a fantastic way to drive customer engagement, particularly in the travel industry. The irony is that loyalty schemes can also be reputationally risky and drive customers away from a brand if their account does not appear secure. … » Read more…

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Freshers’ finance – student life and credit scores

This year will see record numbers of school leavers going to university, with figures from UCAS showing 275,520 had applied by July, whilst many more will go through the clearing process now that A-level results have been published. It’s an … » Read more…

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FaceApp: For the LOLZ to OMG…

The FaceApp phenomenon is a microcosm of consumer interest in privacy; they have a rising awareness of how data is being used but ultimately this is outweighed by a love for ephemeral, gimmicky apps. So, at this stage it seems … » Read more…

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Supporting sustainability is just one of the themes in our annual Corporate Social Responsibility report

Rebecca Aberdein, HR Director for TransUnion UK explains the company’s pledge to support the environment. Here at TransUnion, we’re committed to doing our part for the environment and have recently created a sustainability office to help centralise efforts across our … » Read more…

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