Chip and pin still best card fraud safeguard, says expert

Scientists at Cambridge University claimed earlier this month to have found a way to trick card terminals used by retailers to allow fraudsters to target debit and credit card accounts without knowing cardholders’ Pin numbers. Machines using ‘Chip and Pin’ – otherwise known as EMV technology – are widely regarded as the most advanced current standard widely used to protect against card fraud.
Researchers found it is possible to attach a small chip to the back of a debit or credit card to

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Investment banks: the future of risk control

This survey report explores the current state of risk controls in investment banks, the challenges of effective engagement across the three lines of defence, and the opportunity to develop a more dynamic approach to first-line risk control

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