Chartis: The Evolution of Crime Analytics – Leading Practices from Wynyard

The accessibility and availability of electronic communications have greatly increased the potential for crime.

Not only is technology more widely available to potential criminals, but also the potential scale of losses to companies has broadened.

Crime analytics serves a two-fold purpose – to catch more traditional criminals and fraudsters who leave footprints behind them, and to overcome the increasing technological sophistication of criminals. Maintaining a lead in this informational

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