The Clue report Counter Fraud in 2022: Navigating the Path to Prevention highlights the pockets of best practice emerging in counter fraud as the offence reaches record levels. In this extract, Clue explores how recruitment strategies are shifting as dataanalysis and...
Clue reports robust growth in Q1/22 as demand for digitalising investigations grows UK-based SaaS company attributes strong quarterly momentum to a growing demand for case management and intelligence tools to digitalise investigations. BRISTOL: Clue, the...
On the 15th of April every year, #EUSportIntegrityDay is an opportunity for those who care about sport integrity to show commitment to fighting against match fixing. Match fixing is widely recognized as a major threat for today’s sport, with organized crime putting...
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