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  • Tackling the masked menace that is trade-based money laundering

    Thursday 17 October 2019

    Tackling the masked menace that is trade-based money laundering

    Jon Draper, Product Strategist in the Futures team at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence, asks how trade-based money laundering is impacting society, and what we can do about it.

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • It's still the economy stupid

    Friday 11 October 2019

    It's (still) the economy, stupid

    Charles Newhouse examines how Artificial Intelligence is impacting the global economy

    Government

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    Government
  • Living the smart-phone era online in Indonesia

    Tuesday 08 October 2019

    Living the smart-phone era online in Indonesia

    Indonesians young and old have rapidly come to rely on their mobile phones for all manner of services, says Michael Salkeld. But this reliance opens them up to the marauding interest of cyber attackers…

    Cyber Security, Government

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  • Data Sharing

    Wednesday 02 October 2019

    Data – why it can be good to share

    Security doubts have long plagued the sharing of data between organisations but is there light at the end of the tunnel? Jem Brown explains why Homomorphic Encryption offers a viable solution.

    Government

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    Government
  • The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    Thursday 26 September 2019

    Breaking the under-reporting habit

    In order to solve a problem, we need to accept that it’s there. This principle is common sense – and it certainly applies to insurers’ fight against financial crime, says Dennis Toomey.

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • Making Open Banking a Success for Banks

    Friday 20 September 2019

    Making Open Banking a success for banks, not criminals

    Balancing the opportunity of Open Banking against appropriate security and good user experience will be tricky – but ultimately worth the work, says Gareth Evans.

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • Getting Government Working

    Monday 16 September 2019

    Getting Government Working

    What are the challenges, barriers and opportunities to multi-agency and collaborative working in local public service delivery? Ravi Gogna sets out some ideas

    Government

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    Government
  • Federations in cyber defence

    Wednesday 11 September 2019

    Strength in numbers: forming federations in cyber defence

    The cyber threat facing military forces is constantly evolving, says Chris Holt. All the more reason to bring together their Security Operations Centres through formal federation

    Cyber Security

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    Cyber Security
  • Blog

    Friday 06 September 2019

    Life on the Digital Blue Line

    Algorithms and analytics should be just as much a part of law enforcement as paperwork and patrol cars. Chris Bull explains why push analytics, together with transparency and ethics, should guide the way forward

    Digital Transformation

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    Digital Transformation
  • The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    Wednesday 28 August 2019

    The Financial Crime Insider Threat

    The insurance industry has woken up to the growing criminal threat. Dennis Toomey looks at how insurers are devoting increasing amounts of time and money to build appropriate defences.

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
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