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  • The NavyX Factor blog

    Tuesday 04 May 2021

    The NavyX Factor

    Within a few years of arriving in the UK, Hungarian-born Orsolya Patterson was leading a new division of the Royal Navy. She shares her experience and lessons along the way

    Technology

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    Technology
  • Pandemic-related security and fraud trends - The COVID Crime Index

    Thursday 29 April 2021

    Pandemic-related security and fraud trends observed in our latest research - The COVID Crime Index

    In light of the COVID online fraud spike, our new research explores consumer attitudes about protecting themselves online and their expectations for financial services providers

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • On the trail of 5G blog

    Thursday 22 April 2021

    On the trail of 5G

    Will 2021 finally be the year of 5G innovation? Neena Sharma examines the evidence

    Telco and 5G

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    Telco and 5G
  • Fuelling the fight against fraud blog

    Tuesday 20 April 2021

    Fuelling the fight against fraud

    Stuart Goodwin and Dil Begum consider the deep rooted issue of fraud in the UK and examine how better use of data may help turn the tide.

    Financial Crime, Government

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    Financial CrimeGovernment
  • Will 6AMLD help us agree what AML success looks like

    Tuesday 13 April 2021

    Will 6AMLD help us agree what AML success looks like

    With 6AMLD putting the focus squarely on 22 predicate offences – do we have an opportunity to re-evaluate how we measure AML detection success and effectively tackle organised crime?

    Futures, Financial Crime

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    Financial CrimeFutures
  • Delivering data dividends

    Thursday 08 April 2021

    Delivering data dividends

    Mivy James examines what needs to be done to help the military be more data centric

    Digital Transformation, Government

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    Digital TransformationGovernment
  • Ransomware: A Perfect Storm

    Wednesday 07 April 2021

    Ransomware: A Perfect Storm

    A new RUSI report reveals a surge in ransomware attacks that is ‘spiralling out of control’. Perpetrators are resorting to a new ‘double extortion’ technique which is at the heart of ransomware cybercrime. The report proposes a new set of urgent policy interventions to prevent criminals acting with impunity

    Cyber Security

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    Cyber Security
  • Unshackling technology in Defence

    Tuesday 06 April 2021

    Unshackling technology in Defence

    Technology is very often seen as the be all and end all in Defence, says Paul Spedding. But actually, digital advances are one thing, achieving true advantage is quite another

    Government

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    Government
  • The future of insurance fraud prevention

    Thursday 01 April 2021

    The future of insurance fraud prevention

    The world is on digital fast-forward – more data, more competition for customers, more opportunities for fraud. Read our latest blog on how the future of insurance fraud prevention lies in understanding good customers and their data

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
  • AI ethics in the Financial Services sector

    Tuesday 30 March 2021

    AI ethics in the Financial Services sector

    The Financial Services (FS) sector is making increasing use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to inform critical decisions that can affect consumers, such as loan and credit card applications. They cannot afford for any decisions generated by AI algorithms to be unfairly biased. Read more in our latest blog on strengthening AI ethics within FS.

    Financial Crime

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    Financial Crime
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