Our quarterly bulletin TenInsight reports on a variety of diverse topics drawn from our profession. We examine the major trends that organisations confront and provide analysis and advice to our readers.
May 2018: Issue Three
In this edition, we share our GDPR Journey to date and our experiences with our preparations; our Intelligence Analyst Sanya Panova provides her experience in dealing with and preventing Ransomware; and Cate Wells, our Managing Director in Dubai, shares some recent anti-counterfeiting investigations, successes and brand protection news from our Dubai Office.
Not everyone will be ready or compliant by 25th May, but the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) will require you to demonstrate you have made a concerted effort to start. We learnt a lot during our own internal GDPR preparations and I would like to share some of our experiences with you.
Ransomware is a type of malicious software that locks users out of their IT system until they pay ransom to the attackers, Sanya Panova (Intelligence Analyst at TenIntelligence) writes.
Cate Wells, our Managing Director in Dubai, shares some recent anti-counterfeiting investigations, successes and brand protection news from our Dubai Office.
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January 2018: Issue Two
In this edition, we explore the benefits of Industry Insight in due diligence investigations; getting ready for the new GDPR legislation; insights from the London Fraud Forum; and Cate Wells, our Managing Director in Dubai, shares some recent anti-counterfeiting investigations, successes and brand protection news from our Dubai Office.
TenIntelligence has seen a substantial increase in requests for Industry Insight research to complement our background checks and due diligence investigations. Industry Insight provides clients with real knowledge into an individual’s professional character and background.
With the introduction of the most comprehensive Europe-wide data privacy legislation to date in the form of the General Data Protection Regulations that come into effect on 25th May 2018. Are you ready?
The Conference in 2017 provided valuable insights into the current fraud trends and prevention initiatives and activities by government, law enforcement and the private sector.
October 2017: Issue One
In this edition, we explore the new Money Laundering Regulations (MLR2017); the Criminal Finances Act 2017; the role of Social Media in due diligence investigations; and the future of Bitcoin regulation.
Businesses need to be aware of the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (“MLR 2017”), which came into force on 26 June 2017.
The Criminal Finances Act 2017 (CFA) came into force on 30 September 2017. It introduces further changes to the UK financial crime regime that may necessitate a review of businesses’ existing compliance programmes and financial crime controls. Proper and comprehensive risk assessments will be key.
Social media searches often highlight potential issues and suitability risks not evident from a candidate’s CV.
Despite strong debate over the regulation of digital currency, Bitcoin users and governments agree consumer protection is important. In the UK, the FCA is yet to produce a full regulatory framework for Bitcoin, but profits and losses are taxable.
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