Content written by Charlie Connor

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Generational divide, economic influence and a universal view of a…

There’s an opportunity across financial services to help people in many ways. While today’s economy could be described as ‘nervous’, people’s economic attitudes are somewhat indifferent....

Blog - Nov 2018
What is first, second and third party fraud?

In the first half of 2017, we saw an interesting trend. Detected fraud shifted from being led by identity theft (third party) to an increase in first party fraud. However, so far this year we’re...

Blog - Nov 2018
5 top fraud threats, and how to tackle them

Fraudsters are always developing new ways to attack businesses and customers. In this shifting landscape, you need to fully understand those emerging fraud threats, and deploy multi-layered security...

Blog - Sep 2018
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Why digital, customer and fraud need to converge – be…

Today we are living in the digital age – the information age. We have been for some time and therefore this isn’t new. In fact, I think most blogs you read now, or most research, brings digital...

Blog - Jul 2018
Businesses are conservative when it comes to trying new fraud…

For a long time now we have seen the challenge businesses have with fraud. Why? Primarily because of the speed of attack and the variances in the attacks are often much faster than technology or...

Blog - Jun 2018
Is an email address the new postal address for identity…

The postal address is one of the most commonly used and dependable ways we can prove our identity when applying for new products or services today. The email address could also be one of the ways we...

Blog - Jun 2018