Homerun
  • Identity Verification, Compliance

Hitting a Home Run

In part 1 I discussed how those in the Fantasy Sports industry (same theory can be applied to any industry) who aren’t playing by the rules are only going to aid the regulatory bodies (states and federal) in their overall scrutiny of the industry; and those regulatory bodies will have real-life scenarios to back their reasoning for the imposing of steeper fines, passing of stricter laws and worst of all, outlawing games of skill.

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Baseball Player Ready to Swing
  • Compliance, Identity Verification

1-2-3 Strikes...You’re Out!

The Fantasy Sports industry has seen its fair share of scandals in recent years such as the alleged “Insider Trading” between key players in the industry. Such disregard for the rules (and general un-sporting conduct) has made it more difficult for all businesses in the Fantasy Sports Industry, such as the temporary bans in some states and stricter compliance regulations all around.

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Boy Watching from Behind Fence
  • Compliance

What to Watch for in Watch List Screening

It may be tempting for businesses that are required to screen against watch lists to think that all watch list screening solutions are the same because the lists themselves are defined by the government. Contrary to this view, the solution you choose can make a difference to your operational efficiency, budget, and even compliance status.

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Working Technician
  • Compliance, Legislation, Fraud Prevention

Compliance is Key in Many Industries—is your Business Compliant?

In the past years, the United States decided to enforce compliance procedures in an effort to decrease fraud and contributions to terrorist activities. EVS’ IdentiFraud Compliance System can be easily customized to include a wide variety of features to best fit a company’s needs.

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Payment Card Industry Compliance Report
  • Compliance, Security, Internet Fraud

Can you hear me now? Verizon Releases Payment Card Industry Compliance Report

Executives in trouble, public scrutiny and revenue lost are major effects following a data breach. Customers want answers and accountability after their information is compromised; as a result, we see numerous statements and public apologies. While the aftermath is the majority of what is in the media, there is not a lot of information about the procedures in place before the breach.

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