The top five most read whitepapers by brokers on sister site Insurance Hound in June and July.
Former staff member goes to prison as accomplice gets suspended sentence following pleading guilty to defrauding the insurer.
Deals, bribery offences, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Kanye West hit the headlines this week and make up the five most popular stories.
Five people in total sentenced after the three employees made £7,000 from selling confidential customer data.
The woman was found guilty of stealing customer information and also received a compensation order of £4,500.
ABI figures reveal the scale of organised fraud and warns of opportunistic motor fraud.
The software house is making Equifax checks available via its fraud validation platform.
The general election, an FCA appointment, premium movements, a new commercial division and fraudulent activities make up the top clicked stories in the past week
Perpetrator sentenced to jail time as Ageas said the fraudulent activity had not impacted customers in any way.
Tulsi Naidu, UK chief executive at Zurich, has a message for the Prime Minister ahead of the snap General Election.
Fraudster made £253,000 from selling fraudulent car insurance policies to over 50 people in Bradford.
Regulator urges recipients to delete emails without opening them.
Indemnity Risk Solutions claims manager funded lavish lifestyle through fraud.
The appointed representative, which offers cover for mobile devices, is to partner with machine learning firm Featurespace to prevent fraud.
Broker said move comes after demand for the cover from businesses.
The software house has teamed up with Verisk Insurance Solutions on a vehicle fraud check system.
City of London Police arrested two men and a woman suspected of acting as unregistered insurance brokers.
This is the first time IFED officers have had a successful conviction under the Bribery Act.
The fraudster has been given three months to pay money back or face jail.
Former employee had been sentenced in May to 10 months in prison for fraud.
Police say that since IFED was set up it has investigated 86 cases as it announces crackdown on ghost broking activity.
High profile cases show the need for better controls and importance of fidelity guarantee insurance
Supreme Court ruling could “make everybody’s job more difficult” warn claims experts
IFED confirms it is the first time it has charged suspects under the Bribery Act.