Our experts are at the forefront of developments in the world of identity and fraud; from cutting-edge technology and industry regulations, to fraud prevention measures and identity verification, you’ll find the latest news here.

The PSR make recommendations to better protect against bank transfer…

Fraud is a continuing problem. We hear about it in multiple shapes and forms. Bank transfer, or push payment scams, are the second biggest type of payment fraud reported by UK Finance. This is in...

Blog - Dec 2017
The Three Rs of a Data Breach: Respond, Reassure &…

The ability to act quickly after a data breach is essential, but only achievable if you have a plan in place Current research...

Blog - Dec 2017
Protect your bank and your customers – why candidate checking…

No matter what size your business is, candidate vetting is important. Checking can help minimise your risk by applying thorough and compliant checks on all your prospective candidates. But equally,...

Blog - Dec 2017
Fraud still costing the UK more than £190bn – new…

The 2017 Annual Fraud Indicator (AFI) presents some interesting analysis. At first glance the overall cost of fraud on the UK economy looks to be reducing; now quoted at £190bn, compared to £193bn...

Blog - Nov 2017
The 2017 Annual Fraud Indicator Results are revealed. What are…

This year’s report highlights how the continued growth of procurement fraud remains a problem for many...

Blog - Nov 2017
Will you be using voice recognition to authenticate your customers?…

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

Blog - Oct 2017
Fraud. When is frictionless not frictionless in a loan application?

In the race to attract new customers and lending opportunities, consumer credit firms are increasingly attracted to the solution of a frictionless journey. The journey is now expected to allow...

Blog - Oct 2017
PSD2 and the digital journey

Card Not Present fraud (payment cards, remote banking and cheques), totalled £768.8m last year, +2% compared to the year before. This isn’t surprising given the growth of internet users (2016 was...

Blog - Oct 2017
Could you make your recruitment process more efficient?

Research shows that one in four Jobseekers will cut ties with brands following a bad job application experience. Understanding your entire recruitment process can help protect your...

Blog - Sep 2017
Part 1 – Cybercrime; fraud is now the most common…

Identity fraud, where someone is impersonated in order to commit a criminal act, has risen – and is still rising. What’s causing this rise is a growth of tech. Mobile, internet and device use all...

Blog - Sep 2017
UK’s online identity habits revealed: Have we reached peak password?

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...

Blog - Jul 2017
The Future of Identity

The way we verify identity has evolved: it was passports and paper, then electronic data. Now, as technology accelerates, it’s going digital. What’s coming next will make online life...

Whitepaper - Jul 2017