Late in 2018 IFW Global allowed Australia’s 60 Minutes program to embed a film crew, as a major investigation into a crime gang was drawing to a dramatic conclusion.
When IFW Global Executive Chairman Ken Gamble led two major media outlets to the frontline in the fight against boiler room scams he warned that the scale of these illegal operations should not be ignored.
Fighting fraud and cybercrime requires a sustained approach by IFW Global. That's why we are proud of a major announcement surrounding our expansion into the USA. This podcast features our Executive Chairman Ken Gamble talking from Miami, Florida...
Mike Nasca is a highly accomplished former Homeland Security Investigations Special Agent who is now spearheading IFW Global’s operations in America.
The Akolade APAC Fraud Summit in Sydney continues to grow as one of the most important events on the calendar when it comes to fighting cybercrime. IFW Global Chairman Ken Gamble chaired the event again this year and here he outlines why the...
For the best part of 30 years serial and notorious conman Peter Foster had outsmarted authorities in several countries. His criminal career has seen him rip-off people all over the world to the tune of around $100 million.
Cybercrime is one of the biggest threats facing Australian businesses in 2019. Internet crimes, data theft and other offences can originate inside or outside an organisation, and both intelligence and digital evidence are needed to connect the...