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  • Making the most of machine learning image

    Monday 30 March 2020

    Making the most of machine learning

    How can machine learning strengthen the use of data and alert investigation? We’ve got some ideas but we want to hear what *you* think too. Matt Boyd explains

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  • Fraud thrives in a crisis image

    Wednesday 25 March 2020

    Fraud thrives in a crisis – why the insurance community needs to stay vigilant

    Dennis Toomey takes a look at why insurance fraud is likely to rise in the COVID-19 landscape

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  • Transformation – combining agility with learning image

    Wednesday 18 March 2020

    Transformation – combining agility with learning

    How can organisations and their employees adapt to rapidly changing times? The answer, says John Cumming, is to recognise the value of learning…

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  • Identifying the enemy in insurance

    Tuesday 10 March 2020

    Identifying the enemy in insurance

    One of the major challenges facing insurers trying to protect themselves from fraud is that of identifying the enemy

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  • Smashing the status quo

    Monday 02 March 2020

    Smashing the status quo

    The time for talking about diversity is over, says Mivy James. While progress has been made, we need to go faster and further, including those in leadership roles

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  • A question of agility

    Thursday 27 February 2020

    A question of agility

    Government IT is on the move. Chris Hesketh explores why Agile by Design is finally taking root across public sector organisations

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  • Spotlighting the solutions for Cross Domain Security

    Tuesday 25 February 2020

    Spotlighting the solutions for Cross Domain Security

    While resisting cyber attackers is never easy, Cross Domain Solutions have a key role to play in safeguarding data sharing, explains Richard Byng

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  • Locking insurances front door - New business as attack routes

    Thursday 20 February 2020

    Locking insurance’s front door: New business as attack routes

    It’s impossible for insurers to completely protect their new business channels from fraud – and they shouldn’t. But there is a middle way

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  • The human heart of technological change image

    Thursday 13 February 2020

    The human heart of technological change

    Chris Bull says that for all the bewildering power of computers, the human element remains key to achieving longer term transformations

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  • Insurance fraud is one piece of the international criminal jigsaw

    Wednesday 12 February 2020

    Insurance fraud is one piece of the international criminal jigsaw

    Insurance companies have long suspected that organised insurance fraud is linked to wider criminal activity. Establishing that connection as fact has limited value in combating organised fraud itself, but it could play an important role in reducing opportunistic fraud

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