Fraud Detection





Regula Rethinks the Conventional Process of Border Control

The almost unlimited access to high-quality printing services, as well as to sophisticated graphics software, has increased the quality of document forgery in recent years to the point where it is becoming more difficult for border control officers to tell the difference between real and fake secure documents.

Fraud Detection - September 5, 2022 midnight

International Cooperation in LatAm

Document fraud is one of the tools used by international terrorism, drug trafficking, money laundering, human trafficking and other forms of transnational crime. A tri-national meeting was recently held in Argentina within the framework of the EUROFRONT Programme on training and technical assistance.

Fraud Detection - July 6, 2022 midnight

The Bad, the Very Bad and the Bits In Between

The use of fake ID’s has for some time been linked with a whole range of serious crimes including terrorism and people smuggling as well as, at the other end of the criminality spectrum, less serious misdemeanours such as under-age drinking.

Fraud Detection - June 9, 2022 midnight

The FCC Wants to Crack Down on SIM Swapping

The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has released its proposed cybersecurity rules including an attempt to prevent the serious problem of SIM swapping – a common form of digital identity theft that is particularly difficult to protect against.

Cybersecurity - November 2, 2021 midnight