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In the webinar ‘Protecting Sport with proactive counter fraud strategy’, Clue is bringing esteemed sports integrity experts together to discuss how sports governing bodies and other sporting organisations can enact more proactive counter corruption strategies.
As the UK Government announces the Public Sector Fraud Authority (PSFA), Clare Elford, CEO of investigation and intelligence software provider Clue, comments on what the initiative means for the counter fraud community and progress towards fraud prevention.
The Clue Awards are an opportunity to highlight the extraordinary ways our customers use Clue to enhance digital intelligence and investigations.
The Clue User Conference returns for 2022 on October 5th, hosted in-person at the Congress Centre, London and streamed live for customers joining remotely.
Here, we explain how our Global Search function is helping to enhance and optimise investigations for our users – do you know your fuzzy from your wildcard?
Our latest face-to-face community brought together Clue users from a range of organisations, including police, government and the public sector, to explore challenges in disclosure, and how Clue can help solve them.
Hosted by TechSpark, the annual ceremony showcases organisations, projects and individuals driving innovation and creativity in the Southwest tech and digital sector – one of the UK’s fastest growing tech regions. The Good Award recognises positive contributions from technology, including positive social, cultural, and environmental impact.
The Cifas half-yearly update reveals how rising costs of living, remote working and a continued shift online have seen fraud rates rise to pre-pandemic levels.
Genius Sports, the official data, technology and broadcast partner that powers the ecosystem connecting sports, betting and media, and Clue, a leading provider of intelligence and investigations software, have launched the most comprehensive integrity intelligence...
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.