High Technology Crime in UK Law

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  • Beware the Botnets: Cyber-Security is a Board Level Issue
    • JD Supra United Kingdom
    • Morrison & Foerster LLP
    • 21 de Agosto de 2013
    Today, you would be hard pressed to find an organisation that does not use IT systems and the internet to conduct its business. While technology offers great benefits, it also brings risk. As techn...
  • A Fine Romance: Forging New Relationships Between The Private And Public Sector
    • Mondaq United Kingdom
    • 11 de Febrero de 2009
    ......, lower costs, less red tape and a higher quality. However, critics argue that there is a ...Crime Agency and the National Police Improvement Agency developing. and installing high technology systems and enhancing intelligence. gathering ......
  • USING TECHNOLOGY TO COMBAT RETAIL CRIME IN THE UK
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    • DLA Piper
    • 2 de Septiembre de 2015
    By Chloe Hersee (London) With retail crime on the rise, an increasing number of retailors are looking at implementing innovative new IT systems to try and combat this growing, expensive problem. In...
    ......They also allow a retailer to more accurately identify high-risk outlets and ranges. The costs associated with RFID tagging have recently fallen making it particularly attractive to retailers. Changes to ......
  • Part 5: The increasing emphasis of RegTech and FinTech in combating financial crime
    • LexBlog United Kingdom
    • Norton Rose Fulbright
    • 9 de Marzo de 2021
    2021 Financial crime Outlook series Senior management and boards are increasingly acknowledging the threat of financial crime as a critical risk to their business that must be addressed. This has b...
    ...... to identify the incoming legislative changes, growing role of technology and the need for an effective regulatory response. This forms part of ... for sanctions name screening: sanctions name screening generates a high proportion of alerts which need to be dispositioned and, more often than ......
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