Content written by Tony Nesterov

Experts on #FutureofID – What is the single biggest barrier…

Digital ID is generally defined as smart cards that are underpinned by cryptography. They contain biometric information and enable proof of identity.  In some countries they are already in use, this...

Blog - Jun 2016
Three-month Council Tax fraud analysis recovers more than £220,000 for…

Learn how we've helped Arun District Council with Council Tax Fraud analysis in order to cut down number of fraudulent council tax discounts, looking at saving the public purse over £220,000 in just...

Blog - Apr 2016
Experian expects household spending to continue to drive the economy…

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) edged down to 0.0% in the year to August, from 0.1% in...

Blog - Sep 2015
Insurance Industry Tackling Fraudulent Applications Through Device Intelligence

First party fraud remains dominant in the insurance industry accounting for almost 80 per cent of all frauds. It’s a figure that has been rising steadily since...

Blog - May 2015
What’s in a password? The good, the bad and the…

Research suggests that around half of all users’ passwords follow only 13 basic structures - making them easier to decipher by...

Blog - May 2015
Positive changes to the debt collection process for Debt Collection…

Debt Collection Agencies (DCAs) are dealing with customers at what can be a difficult time as they struggle with managing their finances. However a positive customer experience is possible along with...

Blog - Apr 2015
Ready for the cashless society? Three things e-commerce should consider…

It’s predicted that we’ll be reaching a UK payments milestone on or about March 8th this year when our use of cash will be overtaken by cashless payment...

Blog - Mar 2015
Customer journey – how intrusive does fraud detection have to…

Providing customers with a slick and easy to use experience must be balanced with the need to prevent their details from being unknowingly manipulated by sophisticated...

Blog - Jan 2015
Why almost 50% of your customers abandon online transactions

For many consumers taking time is wasting time when it comes to purchasing online. It’s a sentiment that’s backed-up by critical research highlighting the direct cost of friction, delays and...

Blog - Oct 2014
45% of players are already engaged in mobile gaming

Increased functionality and affordability of mobile devices has expanded the reach, use and availability of gaming sites. Consumers are now in the driving seat and with the World Wide Web more...

Blog - Oct 2014
How you could offset the costs of Point of Consumption…

It’s widely understood that the various upcoming changes to regulation, including The Gambling Tax Reform, will have a significant impact on the gaming sector, potentially increasing costs and...

Blog - Oct 2014
2.2 billion new mobile devices – a growth opportunity but…

Increased functionality and affordability of mobile devices has expanded the reach and use of these channels as a purchasing tool for consumers. In fact, the likelihood is that 2014 will be a tipping...

Blog - Oct 2014