UK payment fraud: the devil is in your details! #capuk

Stephen Harrison (photo), Chief Executive , Nation Fraud Authority (NFA) delivered a presentation on June 28 regarding the importance of fraud in advanced payment methods in the UK at the marketforce future of cards & payments conference:

the National Fraud Authority was set up by a response to fraud by the UK Government in 2006 in order to understand fraud risks and develop partnerships to counter it. the NFA is part of the Home Office. The idea is to get a better handle on the reasons and the extent of fraud. NFA came with the annual fraud indicator indicator in 2012. Here are some of the metrics taken out of the report:

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This is an original guest post by Roger Hockaday (picture below and bio at the end of this piece), Aruba Networks. Aruba’s Atmosphere Corporate blog is dedicated to mobile devices. Aruba Networks is a leading provider of next-generation network access solutions for the mobile enterprise (disclosure: Aruba Networks is also a North American customer of my company, Orange)