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Fraud still costing the UK more than £190bn – new anal...

The 2017 Annual Fraud Indicator (AFI) presents some interesting analysis. At first glance the overall cost of fraud on the UK economy looks to...

Read More Fraud still costing the UK more than £190bn – new analysis released in the Annual Fraud Indicator.
The 2017 Annual Fraud Indicator Results are revealed. ...

This year’s report highlights how the continued growth of procurement fraud remains a problem for many businesses. Most often it is the employees who...

Read More The 2017 Annual Fraud Indicator Results are revealed. What are they?
Will you be using voice recognition to authenticate yo...

Voice recognition as a form of identity checking is becoming more widespread. It is currently being explored as a means to undertake simple activities...

Read More Will you be using voice recognition to authenticate your customers? Probably.
PSD2 and the digital journey...

The Payment Services Directive two (PSD2) has been designed to create better fraud protection for online purchases. Card Not Present fraud (payment cards, remote...

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UK’s online identity habits revealed: Have we reached ...

Experian research has revealed a growing divide across generations. This divide is particularly evident in the way the UK population manages its passwords and online identities. The research showed the variation in the way different age groups conduct themselves online. Millennials are at higher risk from online identity fraud...

Read More UK’s online identity habits revealed: Have we reached peak password?
Identity has evolved, the future is all about trusted,...

For many of us, the first time we gained an official identity was with a passport, driver’s licence, or other paper-based document. Over the last 20 years, paper has evolved to electronic data and paper documents are used less often in the verification process. This change has stemmed from...

Read More Identity has evolved, the future is all about trusted, digital IDs
5 key things making businesses vulnerable to fraud...

There are five key factors currently making people and organisations more vulnerable to large-scale cyber fraud. 1. A wealth of stolen data available to fraudsters. Wholesale data theft is one of the fastest growing crimes facing people and organisations today, with hundreds of millions of digital identities compromised every...

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