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What a piece of luck: Reconsidering how we protect our real identities in the digital world

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Guest blogger David Birch, author and advisor on digital financial services, writes about how we need to refocus on keeping digital and real identities safe. I recently gave a talk at the Callcredit Fraud Summit 2017: The Cost of Digital Fraud, at the Royal … » Read more…

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Focus on Fraudonomics: Linking non-personal attributes to physical identity, moving away from name and address to verify trust and identity

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Help protect your customers from impersonation fraud and verify identity with a phone number, email or device   In today’s world fraudsters are becoming more sophisticated than ever before, they are able to gain vast amounts of information on individuals … » Read more…

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Focus on Fraudonomics: Identifying intentional first party fraud vs financial difficulty – do you have the right process in place?

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How much of a challenge does first party application fraud present to your business?  Increasingly our clients are telling us that it is difficult to identify first party fraudsters as opposed to those who are merely experiencing financial difficulties. The widely … » Read more…

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Combating the insider Fraudonomics threat: Blog 4/4 – Implement a post breach plan

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In the fourth of a series of short blogs looking at how to combat the threat of fraud from the inside, I will explore what a company can do to minimise damage in the event of a cyber security breach. … » Read more…

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Combating the insider Fraudonomics threat: Blog 3/4 – Get ahead and stay ahead

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In the third of a series of short blogs looking at how to combat the threat of fraud from the inside, I will explore why in light of political and legislative changes, including Brexit, organisations should look to get ahead … » Read more…

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