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From Cost Centre to profit makers: Why fraud professionals should be viewed as revenue generators

The season of goodwill and celebration is done and the sales results for the quarter to December 29, have been posted with commentary that we have all come to expect – store sales down, online sales up. It wasn’t difficult … » Read more…

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Exploring the idea of collaboration in the fight against fraud

Our Evolution of Fraud Summit brought together industry practitioners to create a platform to share ideas and insights for creating cutting-edge technology and people-centred responses to fraud threats. During the summit a dedicated Collaboration in the Fight Against Fraud breakout … » Read more…

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Why businesses need to step up to beat the ‘internet wolves’

Sarah Golding, our Head of Fraud Consultancy & Sales Support, recently attended the annual CIFAS conference, ‘Perspectives in fraud and financial crime’. Here Sarah shares her views on the latest news. At the conference hosted by leading fraud prevention organisation … » Read more…

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Turning the tide on fraud in financial services

Rarely a day goes by without fraud hitting the headlines. Much of the time it’s a single, cautionary case study harvested from the personal finance pages; An unfortunate has fallen victim to a caller with supreme confidence and a compelling … » Read more…

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Regulatory change: what the gaming industry can learn from the finance sector

In this blog Adam Hancox, Head of Sector – Gaming, explores the effects new legislation is having on the gaming industry, the importance of all operators being responsible and the benefits of having a single customer view. The gaming industry … » Read more…

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