Latest "fraud" stories
Austal USA’s president, one of the three indicted executives, resigned in 2021 following an investigation into practices dating back more than four years.
The Labor Dept. inspector general estimates that fraudsters may have stolen $45.6 billion from the unemployment insurance program during the pandemic.
By Carl Hammersburg
Information related to end-use items for aviation, submarine, radar, tank, mortars, missiles and infrared and thermal imaging targeting systems.
By detecting anomalies in data using advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning, agencies are able to identify nefarious activity and stop it before more costly and malicious activity occurs. Actionable information extracted from data can also enable agencies to detect and prevent fraud before it happens.
By Erik Ekwurzel, Chief Technology Officer