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  • Hacking out hate crime blog image

    Thursday 19 November 2020

    Hacking out hate crime

    Hate crimes have long festered as a deeply unwelcome feature of society but a BAE Systems team at a recent virtual hackathon set out to change all that. Chris Bull and Tigs Knowles explain more

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  • A call to digital arms

    Tuesday 17 November 2020

    A call to digital arms

    Defending the realm now requires more than just government, says Paul Spedding. He explains why in the digital world we’re all in it together

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  • Fast moving clouds ahead

    Tuesday 10 November 2020

    Fast moving clouds ahead

    Cloud computing has been around for years, but fully deploying it within government and critical national infrastructure is no small feat. Chris Poole takes a look at what might be done

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  • Figuring out the Road Trip

    Thursday 05 November 2020

    Figuring out the road trip

    Ameen Ali considers how to map organisational data priorities using demand management principles

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  • What happens next for the banking industry after the FinCEN fallout?

    Thursday 29 October 2020

    What happens next for the banking industry after the FinCEN fallout?

    In his blog, Enda Shirley explores what will happen next to the banking industry after the FinCEN files controversy

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  • Staying ahead in the cyber arms race

    Thursday 22 October 2020

    Staying ahead in the cyber arms race

    With many countries focusing on developing offensive cyber capability, Dr Mary Haigh examines what needs to be done to stay ahead of adversaries

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  • Challenges and opps facing AML professionals

    Tuesday 13 October 2020

    New report highlights the challenges and opportunities facing AML professionals

    It’s claimed that only around 1% of criminal funds are seized. Against this backdrop, compliance professionals in financial institutions (FIs) have an uphill task. New research from BAE Systems has been drilling down into some of their key challenges and motivations

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  • A plan for fixing funding

    Thursday 08 October 2020

    A plan for fixing funding

    The process for funding projects – in and out of government – is often not for the fainthearted. Here, Ian Dawson explains why good planning is pivotal

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  • The regtech and fintech explosion – what can the FinCEN files teach us?

    Wednesday 30 September 2020

    The regtech and fintech explosion – what can the FinCEN files teach us?

    As the recent FinCEN files news has shown, spotting and acting on dirty money is an on-going challenge in the financial sector. With the relentless growth in tech-enabled financial services, Peter Fisher looks at the impact of the cloud on the compliance space and explores how financial institutions can overcome common regtech implementation challenges to both comply and tackle money laundering

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  • Robots in disguise

    Thursday 24 September 2020

    Robots in disguise

    Swarm robots need not be the stuff of nightmares, says Tom Longstaff. In fact, they offer huge potential to the public good

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