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Taylor Nemeth is head of payments at PaymentWorks (www.paymentworks.com) where he is responsible for the strategy, operations and growth of the company’s Payment Security solution. He previously managed payments products in the higher education sector for CBORD.
Auditorsin the UK will need to address their approach to fraud, says Gavin Hinks,pushed by long-deliberated legislative reform.MoreexpectedHMGovernment, in March this year  released a white paper, ‘Restoring PublicTrust in Audit and Corporate..
Even if someone not the true owner gains access to an account, they may not be able to drain it of funds now that every moment and nuance of their session is likely to be under scrutiny and any anomaly registered, potentially blocking payment. Paul..
A subsidiary of John Wood Group, the UK-based engineering business, has agreed to pay US$18,375,000 to US prosecuting authorities over charges that it conspired with others to bribe officials in Brazil to win a U$190m contract; after offsets against..
A subsidiary of John Wood Group, the UK-based engineering business, has agreed to pay UK£103m, which includes UK£3.4m costs, to the UK’s Serious Fraud Office, to draw a line under a four-year investigation into its past use of corrupt agents in the..
Fraud involving Covid-19 aid schemes in the UK could involve thefts totalling billions of pounds sterling (UK£), according to white collar crime and investigations specialist, Iskander Fernandez, partner at law firm BLM.His comments came as BLM..
The onset of Covid-19 challenged everyone, good and bad alike, and it’s not over. The fraudsters adapted fast, as always, taking advantage of the acceleration in work, shopping and socialising online, and the rushed roll-out of state aid programmes..
The Covid-19 pandemic’s boom in web usage has created manifold opportunities for hackers and fraudsters to attack the unwary through electronic networks; however, on the plus side, Keith Nuthall finds the scope for open-source intelligence (OSINT)..
Minuscule microphones and concealed cameras – the gadgetry of countless spy films is less detectable and more effective than ever, and, increasingly, accepted as evidence in court proceedings. Keith Nuthall checks out the latest kit and constraints..
Joshua Domb (+44 020 7570 1412, [email protected]) is a lawyer who advises on a wide range of domestic and international issues involving bribery, corruption, money laundering, tax evasion, in addition to associated regulatory and compliance matters, with McDermott Will & Emery UK.
Jim Gee (+44 (0)20 78427239, [email protected]) is a partner and nationalhead of Forensic Services at Crowe UK LLP, an audit, tax, advisory and riskfirm that has been investing in a cutting-edge capacity to protect clientsagainst the ever-growing threat of cybercrime. Jim is also visiting professorand chair of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studiesat the University of Portsmouth.