Public Sector

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Case Study: Leeds City Council – Experian Pandora paves the…

Data Migration Leeds City Council used Experian’s data management platform to deliver a smooth migration of its social care system. From managing data quality to transforming the data, the...

Case Study - Jan 2019
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Case Study: Cleveland Police

Single Customer View Cleveland Police partners with Experian to support positive policing and to drive efficiency savings via an award-winning data initiative. Creating a golden view of citizen...

Case Study - Jan 2019
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Case Study: Norfolk County Council

Address Validation Norfolk County Council empowers employees with address cleansing from Experian. Employees are able to update and ‘own’ their address records, liberating HR staff from...

Case Study - Jan 2019
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The GDPR and the supply chain – a view of…

I was recently lucky enough to present to a group of Pharmaceutical organisations at an industry event in Södertälje, Sweden. They were concerned about the arrival of the GDPR and what it could...

Blog - May 2018
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
Consumer Finances Today

A fresh perspective on the UK’s changing behaviours, attitudes and preferences In this white paper we identify four key financial trends seen in the UK today. We explore how they’ve come about,...

Whitepaper - Nov 2017
In 2040 demand for care homes will have doubled

Society is changing. People are living longer which presents a challenge of morbidity vs. mortality. In plain English, the longer people live, the more they do so in ill health. To put it in...

Blog - Feb 2017
How the Rental Exchange is empowering Private Landlords/Letting Agents and…

I read in The Telegraph online recently , soaring property prices have seen the number of people renting almost double – the overall number of homes lived in by owner-occupiers has fallen to...

Blog - Aug 2016
Fraud, identity and the emerging Internet of Things

While we're not directly producing IoT “things,” we work with companies and organisations that do, to help them safeguard their customers and themselves from the impact of...

Blog - Jun 2016
Fraud costs UK economy £193 billion a year – equating…

New research shows fraud costs the UK economy £193 billion a year - equating to More than £6,000 lost per second every...

Blog - May 2016
Top tips to safeguard security when plugging in to the…

We're offering advice for both businesses and individuals to help them improve security and manage the risks that come with using internet-enabled products - also known as the Internet of Things...

Blog - May 2016
Fraud increases by a fifth in one year

Large payments have been diverted and fraudsters have disappeared with the money. We are also seeing an increase in impersonations of the deceased within mortgage fraud. Fraudsters use the ID of...

Blog - May 2016