Keith Nuthall
FRAUD management departments can yield a gold-mine of valuable commercial data, a conference on IT crime has been told, and if marketing and product development managers are made aware of this fact, they might be prepared to boost crime prevention budgets that are often strapped for cash.

Mike Waddell, business development manager for Nortel Networks Fraud Solutions told Crime 2001, being staged this week at Ashford, Kent, England, that a fraud management database can be "the repository of considerable quantities of information ...

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