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Utilising new technologies to fight back against the fraudsters

In the third in his series of guest blogs David Birch, author and advisor on digital financial services, tackles the need for new technology. You can read his first blog here and his second here. Identity fraud is absolutely out of … » Read more…

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Scary fraud stats keeping retailers up at night

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When it comes to cyber security 2017 has been a year of horror stories, with reports of data breaches and cyber-attacks appearing almost weekly. Research carried out by fraud prevention body Cifas has shown that identity theft has hit epidemic … » Read more…

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Machine Learning and AI – the future of the fight against fraud

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  In the second in his series of guest blogs David Birch, author and advisor on digital financial services, tackles Machine Learning and AI. As I’ve written many times, it is difficult to overestimate the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on … » Read more…

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What does the digital age mean for affordability practices?

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Affordability assessments are a well-ingrained part of lending practices. Despite these assessments having been carried out routinely for the best part of the last ten years, there has been little innovation in this space, and the customer journey remains much … » Read more…

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GovNet Fraud and Error Conference: How the public sector can prevent fraud in the digital age

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Fraud costs UK public services an estimated £21 billion per year and reducing this is a priority across all areas of government. Last week saw Callcredit participating again in the annual GovNet Fraud & Error conference which took place in … » Read more…

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