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How can you prevent facial spoofing?

With more people than ever now using the internet, the threshold for identity fraud has increased dramatically.

US recoups $15m from advertising fraud scheme

Authorities in the US have revealed they have retrieved more than $15m in illicit proceeds derived from an advertising fraud scheme known as ‘3ve’.

FRISS launches new underwriting risk tool on the Guidewire Marketplace

AI-powered fraud, risk and compliance solution developer FRISS has launched its services on the Guidewire PartnerConnect, following a partnership between the pair.

KYND becomes exclusive cyber risk partner to Brokerslink

Cyber risk technology developer KYND has formed a partnership with global broking company Brokerslink, which sees it deploy its platform to reduce cyberattack exposures.

Carlyle set to snap up ManTech in $4.2bn deal

Private equity firm Carlyle is set to acquire US defence contractor ManTech International Corporation in an $4.2bn all-cash deal.

Cornami lands $68m from Series C raise

Cornami, a firm helping organisations encrypt data to protect it from post-quantum threats, has bagged $68m from a Series C round.

UK implements protections for physical cash

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority has new powers over the UK’s largest banks and building societies to ensure cash withdrawal and deposit facilities are available to communities across the country.

Zeidler Group launches new ESG tools to help asset managers meet compliance

Tech-powered law firm and compliance provider Zeidler Group has launched a Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulation (SFDR) disclosures tool and European ESG Template (EET) solution to support ESG needs.

Voice transcription services top priority for firms

Voice transcription services have become a major priority for firms as they increase the use of digital communication tools, like Zoom, Teams, WhatsApp and more.

Are banks safe in a government-backed cyberwar?

In a period when tensions are heating up globally, the threats of war are becoming clearer, with a potential cyberwar still highly likely. In a cyberwar that is supported and, to an extent, headed by governments – would banks be safe?

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