The EACT is committed to knowledge sharing and the development of best practices to help combat financial crime.
EACT is a member of the Global Coalition to Fight Financial Crime - a public-private coalition with the aim of enhancing the fight against financial crime globally - to advance dialogue and develop best practices to limit the ability of actors to undermine the security and integrity of our financial system and the wider economy.
Below you will find a useful collection of public resources on various topics related to financial crime.
Anti-Money Laundering & Counter Terrorist Financing
European Commission Action Plan on reforming EU rules on preventing money laundering and terrorist financing - here.
Payment fraud & Payment Trends
European Payments Council (EPC) compilation of Q4 2020 reports on payments - here.
EPC report on payment threats and fraud trends - here.
Cybercrime & Cybersecurity
Deloitte report on Cybersecurity: Zero Trust A revolutionary approach to Cyber or just another buzz word? - here.
HSBC Article on Cybersecurity: "From Reaction to Action – Responsiveness and Resilience in a Pandemic" - here.
Resources and latest news from the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) - here.
European Union 2020 Cybersecurity strategy for the digital decade - here.
European Union Agency for Cybersecurity threat landscape report 2020 - here.
ENISA webinar on Artificial Intelligence: Cybersecurity Essential for Security & Trust - here.
World Economic Forum (WEF) report on Cyber Information Sharing - here.
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