Sumsub, a global verification platform securing the whole user journey, has launched a brand-new biweekly podcast ‘What The Fraud?’. 

The inception of the ‘What The Fraud?’ podcast aims to confront a critical issue: the threats posed by digital fraud to individuals and businesses, along with effective strategies for combatting it.  Each episode will showcase insights from guest experts spanning various industries such as AI, cybersecurity, fintech, crypto, and iGaming.

Apart from that, the conversations will emphasise how digital fraud impacts businesses, which challenges tech companies face amid rapid AI developments, and what they can do to prevent, even the most advanced fraud.

With this podcast, Sumsub aims to transfer its expertise, educating business owners, risk managers, anti-fraud experts, compliance officers, and common users, on staying protected.

Thomas Taraniuk, Head of Partnerships UK at Sumsub, will host the podcast. Each episode will offer expert predictions, actionable advice, and clear takeaways. The first season of the podcast will focus exclusively on the challenges of fraud within crypto, iGaming, fintech, and various industries. Additionally, it will delve into effective fraud prevention strategies tailored for businesses.

Notably, the first episode features Peter Taylor, a seasoned fraud consultant, who will discuss 2024 fraud trends. While, the second episode welcomes Walter Pasquarelli, a renowned expert on generative AI and synthetic realities, to explore AI-powered fraud.

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About Sumsub

Sumsub is a full-cycle verification platform that secures the whole user journey. With Sumsub’s customisable KYC, KYB, Transaction Monitoring, Fraud Prevention and Travel Rule solutions, you can orchestrate your verification process, welcome more customers worldwide, meet compliance requirements, reduce costs, and protect your business.

The company has over 2,000 clients across the fintech, crypto, transportation, trading, e-commerce and gaming industries, including Binance, Wirex, Avis, Bybit, Huobi, Unlimit, Flutter, Kaizen Gaming, and TransferGo.

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