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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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GDPR – what it has meant for our business and what future regulation is on the horizon?

    With the GDPR deadline fast approaching, we spoke with Neil Bentley, Head of Legal at Callcredit, to discuss what the regulation change has meant for our business and how we’ve prepared for it. Neil has worked closely with … » Read more…

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Fair Processing Notices and GDPR

TransUnion (formerly Callcredit Information Group) offers organisations multiple ways to engage with their customers and prospects and helps clients grow their businesses through multi-channel campaigns. We view the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) as the biggest regulatory change affecting … » Read more…

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The GDPR – A Short and Useful Guide

Our super streamlined take on what the GDPR is about and what you need to be considering. If you’re unsure about the GDPR we’d recommend reading this before speaking to the relevant people in your organisation and then visiting the … » Read more…

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Combating the insider Fraudonomics threat: Blog 3/4 – Get ahead and stay ahead

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In the third of a series of short blogs looking at how to combat the threat of fraud from the inside, I will explore why in light of political and legislative changes, including Brexit, organisations should look to get ahead … » Read more…

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