Clue face-to-face communities are a valuable opportunity to understand what investigations team need from their software. They form part of our mission to bring our customers together to connect, share and learn from one another, develop processes and best...
Clue celebrated success this week, winning the Good Award at the SPARKies 2022. Hosted by TechSpark, the annual ceremony showcases organisations, projects and individuals driving innovation and creativity in the Southwest tech and digital sector. The Good...
The latest report from Cifas reveals a rise in fraud volume and sophistication. As rising costs of living and remote working contribute to the threat, collaboration remains key to countering it. Cifas is the UK’s leading fraud prevention service. Thanks to its...
What do we mean by sports corruption and how can we tackle it? Clue’s Head of Sport, Phil Suddick, breaks down the definitions, the role of data and technology in detection, and the importance of fighting for integrity. Our motivations for enjoying sport are unique to...
The Entrepreneur panel featuring Dave Palmer (Darktrace), Clare Elford (Clue), David Notley (Enclave), Dan White (Synalogik) and chair Monika Radclyffe (Plexal). The Clue purpose is to help organisations across industries safeguard integrity. Our investigation and...
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