#TheFraudTube Preview: Blogs

We are pleased to announce that #TheFraudTube will feature a range of bloggers, all domain experts. Each blog will be updated on a regular basis and you will be able to subscribe via RSS to either all of the blogs or to your chosen individual blogs.     Our bloggers are: Darren Hodder (@FraudAssist): Notes … Read more

#TheFraudTube Preview: Live Event Coverage

We will provide live event coverage over Twitter. For example today we are at The Fraud Prevention Forum, follow and interact using #FPFLive and #TheFraudTube…. Update This event is now finished, #TheFraudTube has departed! Feed as of 18:00 BST @TheFraudTube #FPFLive its a wrap! Coverage of the FPF brought to you by #TheFraudTube in association w. @InterrobangM http://t.co/FkwwMGZn #fraud #risk  3h ago … Read more

#TheFraudTube Preview: Phone Hacking

As well as producing our own reports and content (as shown in yesterdays preview) we will also re-post a selection of news stories and reports from the internet such as the following from The Guardian. Phone-hacking: Police hand files to prosecutors Source: The Guardian, 18th April 2012 Police have handed case files relating to 11 … Read more

#TheFraudTube Preview: International News

As well as producing our own reports and content (as shown in yesterdays preview) we will also re-post a selection of news stories and reports from the internet such as the following from BBC Newsnight Former Wickes cashier James Ibori jailed for massive corruption Source: BBC Newsnight, 16th April 2012 James Ibori was a petty … Read more

#TheFraudTube Preview: Corruption

Nick Kochan is a leading author and journalist in the fields of fraud, corruption and regulation. He writes for UK national newspapers, including the Financial Times, and magazines, including The Banker. He is also the author of many books on forensic topics, his latest being ‘Corruption, The New Corporate Challenge’. His book on money laundering … Read more

ValidSoft Expands Mobile-Payment Security With Utiba Deal

Source: PaymentsSource, 10th April 2012 “Singapore-based Utiba annually processes more than 12 billion consumer mobile payments made with small banks and payment schemes” says Patrick Carroll, ValidSoft CEO. ValidSoft plans to keep Utiba transactions secure through its system called Secure Mobile Architecture for Real-time Transactions, which features five layers of data security. The system analyzes … Read more