The collection, preservation and analysis of information is existential to catch fraudsters and cyber criminals. In addition to paper files, digital data present in an individual’s company computer, laptop, mobile or any other handheld device can uncover a complex matrix of fraud using digital and computer forensics. This information can subsequently be presented before the … More Maintaining the sanctity of data in search and seizure operations
We live in a world of wide-ranging surveillance. Historically, surveillance has been expensive and difficult to comprehend. However today with technology, surveillance has advanced in leaps and bounds with its tentacles surrounding every aspect of the current virtual world, wherein everything is either collected, saved, analysed or searched over the internet. While technology has streamlined … More Data privacy in the age of digital transformation
There has been an increased awareness among consumers around life insurance products in India. That said, the sector continues to rely heavily on a “push-sale” methodology, thus leading to increased financial crime vulnerabilities.
The ‘workplace of the future’ has reached its inflection point with the proliferation and promise of new age technologies. For the banking and financial services sector, early technology adoption has been beneficial and many organizations are already taking calculated steps to fuel digital transformation through the Internet of Things, cloud, deep analytics, robotics, cognitive tools … More Redefining AML compliance in banking through robotics
The world is dominated by the internet revolution, digital disruption, cross border transactions and consumerization today. Information and data exchange is rapid and occurring real time. Consequentially, the security concerns traversing through boundaries are bringing data protection and privacy issues, breaches and leakage of confidential information into the spotlight.
In a year characterized by geopolitical risk, economic uncertainty and increased regulatory intensity, the findings of our 2017 Asia-Pacific Fraud Survey are a cause for concern: over half of close to 1,700 respondents across sectors believed that ethical standards have not improved in their local business operations.
Increased consumer awareness and regulatory focus have transformed India’s approach to food safety. Changing reforms continue to play an important role in shaping the industry to ascertain the procurement, provision and production of food products in order to meet the highest standards of safety and hygiene.