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Industry and justice: staying a step ahead of the fraudsters
Thursday 17 June 2021 | 12 pm (UK) | Webinar
A panel discussion with a leading fraud expert about the rising threat of fraud and how your organisation can transform and work together to defeat it.
Fraud has emerged as the most prevalent crime in the UK, with criminals exploiting the increase in online transactions driven by digitisation and accelerated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ashley Hart, head of fraud at TSB, will discuss his experiences of fraud and where the key opportunities are for organisations to transform and collaborate to combat it.
This will be the first in a series of webinars that Gate One will be hosting on fraud and it will include insight on how we have helped clients tackle the threat of fraud.
Ask our speakers anything
This will be a conversational session where we will aim to cover your questions on tackling fraud. Please submit your questions in the registration form before the webinar or feel free to ask them on the day.
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