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Regional round-up: Snapshot of key official and Experian regional data

Data published in December show mixed trends....

Blog - Jan 2013
2012: A year of Identity & Fraud, Part Three

Latest Thinking concludes its look back over 2012 and some of the developments and events in the world of Identity &...

Blog - Dec 2012
2012: A year of Identity & Fraud, Part Two

Latest Thinking continues its look back over 2012 and some of the developments and events in the world of Identity &...

Blog - Dec 2012
2012: A year of Identity & Fraud, Part One

As the New Year approaches, Latest Thinking takes a look back over 2012 and highlights some of the developments and events in the world of Identity &...

Blog - Dec 2012
Santa is a fraud

Santa is a fraud. Just look at the warning signs, says device recognition specialist and Experian international partner iovation. It identifies one billion mobile devices globally and currently...

Blog - Dec 2012
Post-Christmas sales set to highlight retailers’ unholy trinity – Tolerance…

Given the ongoing economic squeeze on many households, tolerance, convenience and security are now the three critical issues and of acute importance for retailers and ecommerce sites. The dilemma...

Blog - Dec 2012
Recruiters – are you counting the cost of fraud?

Find out how, where and when you may be at risk from fraud. It's a multi-million pound industry that could cost you dearly....

Blog - Dec 2012
Mortgage fraud set to surge in 2013 and will hit…

Experian predicts there will be a dramatic increase in attempted mortgage fraud in the UK next year, bringing the number of people fraudulently trying to obtain home loans to the highest level since...

Blog - Dec 2012
Keeping your hands clean of dirty money

The government has now completed its plans to make the UK’s anti-money laundering (AML) regime more effective and proportionate. With the proposed changes expected to save larger professional...

Blog - Dec 2012
US online gaming reaches point of no return

Despite recent coverage of the US elections virtually eclipsing the issue of online gaming, moves towards it were quietly progressing behind the scenes. Nevada, closely followed by Delaware, have...

Blog - Nov 2012
Pension fraud soars during the depths of a downturn

The financial services sector currently shoulders the £3.5 billion lion’s share of the UK’s annual £75 billion estimated fraud losses. Mortgages, currents accounts, loans and savings are all...

Blog - Nov 2012
Will Britain’s biggest online shopping day leave the virtual tills…

Just in case you've been in a cave for the past two months, the festive shopping season is now almost here with the UK's first big seasonal spike in online shopping fast approaching. So-called Cyber...

Blog - Nov 2012