Clue is joining the global effort to minimize the impact of fraud by promoting anti-fraud awareness and education by supporting International Fraud Awareness Week, November 14-21.

We reflect on recent news about Clue collaboration to support the counter fraud community and case studies of customers using Clue to help combat fraud.

Three UK – protecting the business and its customers

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The Fraud Team’s at Three responsibilities include identifying fraudulent activity, finding opportunities to mitigate and disrupt it, and pursuing offenders through the courts.

A member of the team said: “The fraudsters we are up against are forever adapting as technology changes and improves, making the frauds more complex and harder to track. Clue helps us link incidents together, to create more complex, linked investigations.” Read more

Data sharing could leave fraudsters with no place to hide

Celebrating success and improving collaboration were the key themes of Clue’s recent Investigating Fraud webinar which attracted over 100 participants from over 50 different agencies and bodies.

There were warnings about the need to raise the collective game of law enforcement and other agencies in the face of a challenge that is already huge and yet continues to grow.

There were also great examples of outstanding investigative work and pockets of excellent collaboration.

Clue partners with Accelerated Capability Environment Home Office economic crime campaign

In June this year, we reported that Clue is working on the ACE economic crime campaign in partnership with other members of the ACE community including City of London Police, Lloyds Bank, and other technology companies on a campaign aiming to reduce the impact of economic crime through public and private partnership.

In October Clue CEO, Clare Elford, and Integrations Product Manager, Gary Kirchmair, took part in a workshop to test and develop the ‘model office’ scenario for taking a holistic approach to tackling financial crime.

Collaborating to combat fraud: Clue joins leading fraud prevention network

Clue CEO, Clare Elford said “Clue is pleased to join Cifas as a Community Member. Data sharing, collaboration and systems interoperability are imperative for effective intelligence building and investigation case management.

“The National Fraud Database is a proven source of counter-fraud intelligence and we are looking forward to working with Cifas and their members to help fraud fighters in their efforts to disrupt criminal activity.” Read more.