Clue joins leading fraud prevention network Cifas
With fraud accounting for over 40% of recorded crime the need for fraud fighters to join forces has never been greater. Advancements in data sharing, systems interoperability, and public-private sector partnerships are all greatly needed to counter increasingly agile fraudsters.
Enabling fraud investigators
A growing number of Clue customers operate in counter-fraud across the private and public sectors and use the configurable workflows, collaboration, analytical and reporting tools in Clue, together with the ability to connect Clue to internal and external systems to access data sources required for thorough investigations.
To better support the counter-fraud community, Clue has joined Cifas, the fraud prevention network that manages the largest database of instances of fraudulent conduct in the UK. Data sharing, collaboration and systems interoperability are imperative for effective intelligence building and investigation case management. Clue Managing Director, 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.”
Lee D’Arcy, Commercial Director at Cifas, said: “We are pleased to welcome Clue as Cifas Community Members. Data and knowledge sharing across the fraud prevention community prevents billions of pounds of fraudulent activity every year. Our Community members have an important role to play in collaborating with other members and sharing their expertise to strengthen counter-fraud operations in the face of ever-increasing threats.”
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