Ahead of Insurance Post’s upcoming Motor Insurance World event, this report focuses on the key issues impacting the sector. Topics covered: whiplash portal update; distracted drivers and mobile phone usage; keyless motor theft; how data from motor crashes will help reduce fraudulent claims.
In the next in our series of podcasts with Motor Insurance World speakers, Andrew Cox, detective superintendent at the Metropolitan Police, is interviewed by Post’s content director Jonathan Swift, outlining what challenges insurers can expect to come across over the next decade.
Often referred to as ‘CEO fraud’, business email compromise (BEC) is a cyber threat that’s on the rise, costing businesses billions. Produced by Aviva, this article sheds light on the rising threat of BEC, and how brokers and their clients can stay vigilant against BEC.
Combined with the backdrop of the GDPR regulatory environment, the cyber landscape is also rapidly evolving with criminals becoming ever more sophisticated. This content looks at how SMEs can reduce the risk of a cyber-attack and shares five top tips from the National Cyber Security Centre.
Infographic: Four in ten drivers believe they can use the same no claims discount on multiple vehicles
Based on research conducted by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, this infographic highlights the tactics used to mislead motor insurers and why drivers need to be aware of the risks of supplying inaccurate information to their insurance provider.
The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud, in partnership with SAS, conducted its fourth study to better understand how insurers are using technology to detect and prevent fraud. This report sheds light on whether insurers are succeeding with anti-fraud technology, challenges faced and future plans.
APP fraud is a trend that’s starting to worry businesses across the country. However, the truth is that scammers often get away with it by focusing on hijacking smaller payments to mid-tier suppliers. This article highlights why APP fraud scams often fly under the radar.
In this short video, Victoria Keating, claims relationship manager lead at Aviva discusses how her team work closely with customers to help ensure they can defend against spurious claims.
Authorised push payment (APP) fraud occurs when a fraudster tricks a consumer or business into making a payment to an account under their control. This article focuses on the emergence of APP fraud, why businesses are vulnerable and the steps they can take to mitigate the risks.
One of the most common fraud vectors today and greatest vulnerabilities is push payments, with APP fraud losses totalling £354.3 million in 2018. This whitepaper sheds light on the emergence of APP fraud and how technology can counter the rising risk in push payments.