Fighting Fraud: Personal data is not a panacea

John Marsden

There’s no denying that compromised personal details are available to fraudsters. Moreover, in the insurance industry, where data about real people and real vehicles are being used by ghost brokers, insurance businesses need to constantly be on the lookout for new ways to stay ahead of fraudsters.

Although it might seem counterintuitive to put less emphasis on personal data in this fight, I am suggesting just that. Rather, we should be looking at the devices and the device connections in order

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