identity

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
Fraud evolution or revolution?

As a business, have you evolved? Are your fraud practices and processes up to speed? Do they relate to the digital economy and are they sufficient? Everything happens in a split second now: decisions...

Blog - May 2018
2 minutes on why compliance IS a good thing for…

Some see compliance as a barrier. And this perceived ‘challenge’ of compliance – the need to treat customers fairly and always help, respect and protect their interests – can mean some are...

Blog - May 2018
What are the top 5 influencers of fraud?

In this blog, we look at five key trends seen across Fraud and Identity which have either caused a greater risk, or influenced risk. From the threats of digital exposure through to internal fraud. We...

Blog - Mar 2018
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
The Pensions Dashboard – is it a revolution for the…

The Pensions Dashboard has the potential to revolutionise the industry. Why? It provides a mechanism for pension holders to see and manage their accounts in one...

Blog - Oct 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
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
Biometrics and data passports: the future of customer data protection

Of all the topics likely to keep the Chief Risk Officers of large financial institutions awake at night, data security ranks pretty highly – and with more customer information appearing online each...

Blog - Nov 2016
How interwoven is your customer?

Criminals have created a business from committing fraud — a source of success, reputation, prosperity and...

Blog - Nov 2016
Stopping fraud frees up valuable resources

Many companies feel that protecting transactions is the most important area to which to shift their focus after the account opening stage. Transactions certainly should be considered, but one of the...

Blog - Nov 2016