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  • ACAMS Las Vegas 2020

    5 - 7 Oct 2020

    ACAMS Vegas Conference is the most trusted meeting place for the AML/CTF/financial crime community and features the largest gathering of ACAMS members, CAMS-certified professionals and government officials.

     
    AML is an ever-changing profession with rapidly evolving regulations, technology and financial crime methods such as cyber-attacks. Nobody can say for certain what will happen in the years to come, but we can be sure that there will be changes. This fall, join over 2,000 influential anti-financial crime professionals, regulators, law enforcement investigators and government officials for expert analysis of the changing compliance landscape - and practical strategies for mastering the complexities of this demanding new era.
     
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    Find more event information on the official ACAMS Conference website.
    Talk to our events at the event, book a meeting with us during ACAMS Las Vegas 2020 below.
     

    Nevada, United States of America

    5 - 7 Oct 20202020-10-05T21:27:06+02:002020-10-07T22:23:29+02:00 | Nevada, United States of AmericaAria Hotel, 3730 Las Vegas Blvd South, Nevada, NV 89158, United States of America

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  • The coming surge in serverless blog image

    Thursday 02 July 2020

    The coming surge in serverless

    ‘Serverless’ is far more than just the latest tech buzzword, says Chris Hesketh. It actually represents a new way of working that can deliver efficiency, cost savings and agility

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  • Save The World (Wide Web) 2.0

    2 Jul 2020

    This virtual event will address real world questions about what happens to youth online and how you can help someone who has suffered a cyberattack. It will also help guide how to deal with the emotional stress of a range of attacks that could occur online.

     
    Participants will include young people ages 12-16, parents and caregivers, teachers and senior school leaders, emergency service staff, academics and counsellors and psychologists.
     
    This event is a live exercise to give participants of all ages the chance to connect with the emotional reality of child protection – the gut, emotional reaction, the effect on/reaction of young people, but in a safe environment. One key to this is giving young people a voice rather than a lecture.
     
    In separate sessions, participants will also explore and prepare their responses to the dangers of exploitation, radicalisation and cybercrime. By the end of the day, participants will have a greater perspective about how these issues impact young people and parents and caregivers.
     
    Save The World (Wide Web) 2.0

    Save The World (Wide Web) 2.0

    Virtual event on 2 July 2020 from 13:00–17:00

    An interactive experience in helping us all to deal with life online. Click here to find out how to apply and register your interest for your free place.
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    Explore Government Insights

    Stay up to date with the latest thinking, trends, technologies and projects from our Government team
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    Global, United Kingdom

    2 Jul 20202020-07-02T14:00:00+02:002020-07-02T18:00:00+02:00 | Global, United KingdomGlobal, Global, Global, United Kingdom

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  • The appliance of science in Defence

    2 Jul 2020

    The Appliance of Science in Defence

    Dr Paul Kealey’s has been a life spent pushing boundaries. He tells Mike Stratford about exploiting cutting edge science and technology to strengthen the UK’s defences

    2 Jul 2020

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  • The impact of integration CEMA style blog

    Tuesday 30 June 2020

    The impact of integration - CEMA style

    As Electronic Warfare continues to transform tomorrow’s battlespace, the benefits of integrating Cyber and Electromagnetic Activities (CEMA) are becoming increasingly clear. Simon Croall talks assimilation and adaptation

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  • FinCrime Testing Service press release

    30 Jun 2020

    Global rise in human trafficking inspires ground-breaking technology trial for banks

    Collaboration to enable better detection of suspicious financial transactions, providing a clearer view of the criminal landscape

    30 Jun 2020

    News Release
  • The next step in the fight against financial fraud blog

    Thursday 25 June 2020

    The next step in the fight against financial fraud and money laundering

    Banks across the globe spend a collective $100 billion per year on regulatory compliance. Yet, money laundering remains a serious worldwide issue. In his latest blog, Enda Shirley considers how banks can close the gap by evolving the role humans play in preventing financial crime

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    25 Jun 2020

    Coronavirus updates

    Check back here for the latest Covid-19 updates

    25 Jun 2020

    News Release
  • Image of hexagon texture 2020

    25 Jun 2020

    Market update

    The Company has provided the following update in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and ahead of entering its close period before the Half Year results announcement on 30th July.

    25 Jun 2020

    News Release
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  • 23 Jun 2020

    ATIRCM brochure.pdf

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  • Data is shaping defence decisions blog image

    Tuesday 23 June 2020

    Data is shaping defence decisions – but what does this mean in terms of military advantage in the Electromagnetic Environment?

    It’s no news that data is changing our day-to-day lives, but in defence specifically, we are seeing data-enabled rapid transformation in the Electromagnetic Environment (EME) and the Electromagnetic Spectrum (EMS)

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