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Technology can be used for good and bad. We help crack down on the bad – in all its forms – so that you can concentrate on the good.

What do I need to know?

We live in a complex and constantly changing world. At Detica, we help clients use information and technology to make their businesses smarter, leaner and more secure. We help clients make better use of their data to tackle fraud and error, and keep people, businesses and critical national infrastructure safe.

Weathering the storm

Reputations are won or lost by how well organisations can withstand damaging events. But our world is full of complexity, uncertainty and change. And no-one has a crystal ball.
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A toxic combination of error and fraud is eating away at the revenues of organisations in the public and private sectors. As budgetary pressures increase, the scale and complexity of the problem demands a new approach. Read more

building trust

In today’s challenging economic climate, employers are increasingly concerned about protecting the things they value from the risks posed by employees. Read more