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Big tech companies are already spinning a narrative on quantum computers for business, engineering and science. This innovation will have a profound impact on the forensic practitioner who is still learning about the difference between artificial intelligence and machine learning. Data is the fuel that drives most processes in organisations today. If we do not educate ourselves on the basics of data and how its accuracy could impact on identifying a fraudster for example; then even the best technology will only take us down a rabbit hole.

XTND Series – #2 Understand how fraudsters organise data in order to deceive

Nov 15th, 2021|

Channel separation techniques  Clever fraudsters never use the same name, address, date of birth or identity number on records. Instead they will mix personal information and data depending on [...]

Are there cracks in your business’s security? Arm yourself against cybercriminals

Dec 7th, 2021|

Cybercrime is a growing threat. Globally, corporations lose 5% or more of their revenue to occupational fraud every year and are increasingly exposed to attacks by both internal and [...]

Which voice in your head is telling the truth? Exploring layered voice analytics (LVA)

Sep 3rd, 2021|

Which voice in your head is telling the truth? Modify and reshape your business into an effective, efficient and non-intrusive environment, where operational processes continue without loss of manpower, [...]

Why XTND is the right partner to deliver a sophisticated data analytics as-a-service solution

Sep 9th, 2020|

Why XTND is the right partner to deliver a sophisticated data analytics as-a-service solution History reminds us that data helped build the Pyramids The Egyptian pyramid of Khufu in Giza [...]

Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming businesses into lucrative fraud operations

Oct 22nd, 2019|

Fourth Industrial Revolution is transforming businesses into lucrative fraud operations Cyber threats and attacks are not limited to a selected few corporations or high-profile individuals but is a [...]

Layered Voice Analytics (LVA) technology as a tool to the fraud examiner during the interview process

Dec 12th, 2018|

Attending the recent 29th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, Martin Ford, futurist and author of New York Times bestseller Rise of the Robots spoke on the impact that [...]