identity verification

5 challenges employers face when looking for new employees and how to address them
Why don’t we see more impersonation fraud?

Let’s take a simple sentence and think about it for a minute – “Most people are inherently good”. Most people are not fraudsters. This is important because it means we need to think more...

Blog - Nov 2019
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Experian Real Time Connections – Fast simple integrations

  Quickly stream and integrate our comprehensive data into your own systems, workflows, websites and products with our Business Information APIs (Application Programming Interfaces). Whether...

Video - Aug 2019
Know your customer (KYC) assessment and remediation – verify existing…

Know your customer checks (KYC) support companies in ensuring that their customers are not involved in financial crime or fraud by verifying the individual and business they’re doing business...

Blog - Mar 2019
Fraud: does the problem start within?

Internal fraud, fraud committed by employees, is a difficult issue to tackle since no-one wants to admit that a problem exists. While levels might differ from business to business, it is a real...

Blog - Jul 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
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
The Evolution of Identity

What does identity verification look like and how has it evolved? For many of us, the first time we gained an official identity was with a passport, driver’s licence, or another paper based...

Whitepaper - Jun 2017
Mid-term adjustment fraud – cut it out and cut costs…

Mid-term adjustment fraud can lead to losses for you, and your customers. But what does it look...

Blog - Jun 2017
How will payment regulations drive innovation and reduce fraud?

Payment regulations are tightening. Most new and existing rules have a common denominator: the customer. More specifically, the need to know who the customer is and validate their...

Blog - May 2017
How FinTechs disrupt retail banking and other financial services
How law firms can maximise digital developments

Customer service is the most important remit for any business. Not being able to give your customers great customer experience can impact your brand reputation and hinder loyalty. In a fast-paced...

Blog - Apr 2017
Do you think the theft of biometric information is possible?

Millions of people already use fingerprint recognition to access their smartphones. For many, this is a first exposure to one use of biometric information that could become a common way to verify a...

Blog - Jan 2017
Facebook’s transferable log-in is great – would something similar work…

Increasingly, a range of websites offer users the option of logging-in with either their Google or Facebook details. Why? Well, it ensures the user only has to remember one set of credentials and it...

Blog - Nov 2016