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The value of enhancing private data with third party data has long been recognised within the industry. The real opportunity for the financial industry could lie in developing an approach to data sharing with bodies such as Law Enforcement Agencies within a restricted and regulated framework.
If the technology is available to facilitate this collaboration, then what else needs to happen to allow financial institutions access to data such as that held by Action Fraud?
Discuss the incredible possibilities that this presents for the industry and the framework for intelligence sharing that would need to underpin it.
KEY OBJECTIVES & LEARNING OUTCOMES:
• Exploration of untapped intelligence within private sector fraud data consortia.
• Size and scale of the fraud/financial crime data landscape.
• Current and upcoming opportunities to further collaboration with law enforcement.
• Options for reciprocal data sharing using existing counter fraud data sharing models between public and private sectors.
• Success stories where public/private data sharing has worked in the past, both in the UK and internationally.
Head of Solutions Consultancy, Synectics Solutions
Head of the Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing (FFIS) Research Programme, Future of Financial Intelligence Sharing
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