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Harriet Shaw

A Threat-Led Approach to Financial Crime Prevention

Threats occur in the real-world, they involve real people – perpetrators, victims, enablers, insiders - and many other people and objects that get caught up as collateral damage.

To protect your organisation and wider society from these threats, you need to understand which threats are relevant to you, how those threats manifest in your organisation and what you can do to mitigate them. This is the threat-led approach.

To explore this further our UK Country Manager - Harriet Shaw - has written this white paper to address the following key questions: -

  • How has the threat financial crime landscape evolved in recent years?
  • What does it mean to be threat-led in your approach to financial crime prevention, and why is it important?
  • Why is it difficult to adopt a thread-led approach to financial crime risk management?
  • Why is it important to have a standardised financial crime threat taxonomy?
  • How can firms leverage technology to better understand the evolving threat landscape?

Implementing a threat-led approach successfully gives an organisation the opportunities to re-calibrate their financial crime framework. Read our white paper to find out more.

If you'd like to request a demo for Risk Assessment Pro and try our Threat Intelligence Platform Threatview, you can do so here.