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Compliance

The Plight of 314(a) Compliance

07.24.12

Douglas Wood, Infoglide Senior Vice President In the months and years following the tragic events of 9/11, global governments introduced a variety of homeland security acts designed to stop the flow of money funding terrorism.  As such, Section 314(a) of the US Patriot Act was a milestone in the fight against terrorist financing and money […]

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International Privacy Compliance

09.08.10

By Douglas Wood, Infoglide Senior Vice President International companies, particularly those in the financial services markets, have long struggled to comply with the varying data privacy laws of the countries in which they operate.  Simple data analysis practices in one region of the world may or may not be acceptable in another, and the penalties […]

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21st Annual ACFE Fraud Conference & Exhibition

07.21.10

If you’re involved in fraud detection, then you’re probably aware of ACFE, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. With over 50,000 members, it’s the largest single fraud anti-fraud organization in the world. ACFE is also the publisher of FRAUD magazine. Starting Sunday, July 25 and continuing through Wednesday, July 28, the 21st Annual ACFE Fraud […]

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Customer Authentication and Identity Resolution

05.20.10

By Mike Betron, Infoglide Director of Marketing The accepted meaning of “multi-factor authentication” is employing at least two of the three standard factors used to authenticate identities: something the user knows (e.g. , PIN or password) something the user has (e.g., ATM or smart card) something the user is (e.g., biometric such as fingerprint) Building […]

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Trade-Based Money Laundering

05.14.10

By Mike Betron, Infoglide Director of Marketing Who’d have thought that iTunes could be used for money laundering? Yet that is exactly what five men in Great Britain were recently jailed for the other day. Using stolen credit card numbers, they bought £750,000 in vouchers, then sold them at cheaper prices over eBay. Methods of […]

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The Big Short: How the Credit Scoring World Has Shifted

05.05.10

By Infoglide Software CEO Mike Shultz The hottest non-fiction book at the moment is The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine. Best-selling author Michael Lewis explores and explains what went on behind the scenes during the years leading up to the big stock market crash in 2008 and answers a crucial question: “Who understood the […]

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What’s the Data Quality Business Message?

07.08.09

By Robert Barker, Infoglide Senior VP & Chief Marketing Officer What’s it going to take to move the data quality space forward in the future? That’s the question recently addressed by Ted Friedman of Gartner as reported in an article in destinationCRM.com. He suggests that the real answer may be messaging. “Vendors have done a […]

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