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Fighting Fraud

One in five UK companies have fallen prey to a significant fraud in the last two years thanks to the ever-growing digitalisation of businesses and the increasing proliferation of cyber crime. This report highlights the key areas fraudsters look to exploit, and presents tailored insight and guidance for business leaders on fraud policies and how to mitigate threats. It shines a spotlight on bribery and corruption in the aftermath of the Rio Olympics, and explores why blockchain technology has the potential to eliminate fraud

Fighting Fraud

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Fighting Fraud
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OVERVIEW

Don’t let the fraudsters win the cyber crime war

A cyber-crime wave is engulfing UK companies, costing billions of pounds and calling for urgent counter measures

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

How AI spots fraud quicker than people

With increasing volumes of online financial transactions, businesses are turning to artificial intelligence to catch fraudsters in the act

CORRUPTION

Rio Olympics exposed the level of bribery and corruption in Brazil

Bribery and corruption is far from sporting behaviour, but sport has been tainted by greed and wrongdoing

PROMOTED

Brand, business and fraud

Phishing and fraud are most often associated with financial and banking industries, but these days nobody is safe, says Lori MacVittie, principal technical evangelist at F5 Networks

E-COMMERCE

A new type of fraudster is targeting retailers and online shoppers

Developments in online shopping and e-commerce are being exploited by villainous fraudsters often armed only with a laptop, internet connection and phishing e-mail

SMALLER FIRMS

Small firms must also be aware of the threat of fraud

Fraud is as much of a threat to smaller firms as big businesses, so why are they lagging behind in prevention?

BLOCKCHAIN

How blockchain is eliminating online fraud

It has the potential to eliminate common frauds perpetrated online and help secure financial services from cyber hackers

CYBER CRIME

Is the future of cyber crime a nightmare scenario?

Chances are cyber crime is going to get worse before things get better and the hacker hunters fight back

PROMOTED

Ransomware: The fast-growing cyber threat every organisation must fight

A new initiative, launched by Europol and Kaspersky Lab, among others, aims to combat the growing threat of potentially devastating ransomware

PROMOTED

Tackling deep-rooted problem of online fraud

There are ways of protecting and proactively defending your organisation from the increasing number of cyber attacks, says Charlie Abrahams, senior vice president of MarkMonitor

PROMOTED

Cyber resilience is essential to maintaining an organisation's reputation

Steve Durbin, managing director of the Information Security Forum, calls on organisations to set up cyber-resilience teams

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