Our experts are at the forefront of developments in the world of identity and fraud; from cutting-edge technology and industry regulations, to fraud prevention measures and identity verification, you’ll find the latest news here.

Is Jack Frost giving utility providers a chill?

As Britain heads into a cold snap homes are turning up the heat and energy usage is soaring. But is it Jack Frost turning the dial or is it an impersonator? How hot will the fraudster be during the...

Blog - Jan 2017
Do you think the theft of biometric information is possible?

Millions of people already use fingerprint recognition to access their smartphones. For many, this is a first exposure to one use of biometric information that could become a common way to verify a...

Blog - Jan 2017
PSD2 – what is it and what changes can we…

PSD2 is about to shake up banking payments services – what is it and what changes can we expect? New European Union rules governing how payment service providers operate are about to shake up the...

Blog - Jan 2017
What PSD2 is, is largely unknown, yet it could bring…

The way millions of customers across the UK make payments through digital banking services is about to undergo a significant transformation thanks to a set of new rules about to be rolled out for...

Blog - Dec 2016
A data arms race: the future of Wealth, Life, and…

The Wealth, Life, and Pensions market is moving – and quickly. Once it was the sedate end of the financial sector, with policies and investments sold in ranges and at a pace that suited providers,...

Blog - Dec 2016
What’s the score with broker data enrichment?

Looking to safeguard your customers and yourselves against fraudulent activity? Are you committed to getting the most competitive quotes to people? Broker data enrichment could provide the...

Blog - Dec 2016
Biometrics and data passports: the future of customer data protection

Of all the topics likely to keep the Chief Risk Officers of large financial institutions awake at night, data security ranks pretty highly – and with more customer information appearing online each...

Blog - Nov 2016
Facebook’s transferable log-in is great – would something similar work…

Increasingly, a range of websites offer users the option of logging-in with either their Google or Facebook details. Why? Well, it ensures the user only has to remember one set of credentials and it...

Blog - Nov 2016
Pension providers’ concerns: engagement, cybercrime, going digital

The general public in the UK is clamoring for new digital services and has an expectation that all facets of their lives should, in one way or another, be manageable through desktop or mobile. This...

Blog - Nov 2016
How interwoven is your customer?

Criminals have created a business from committing fraud — a source of success, reputation, prosperity and...

Blog - Nov 2016
Man Vs. Machine

Machine learning has become an invaluable tool in the fight against fraud. It combines computational statistics, artificial intelligence, signal processing, optimisation, and other methods to...

Blog - Nov 2016
Stopping fraud frees up valuable resources

Many companies feel that protecting transactions is the most important area to which to shift their focus after the account opening stage. Transactions certainly should be considered, but one of the...

Blog - Nov 2016