Nick is responsible for the strategic development of Experian’s fraud and identity solutions for both the public and private sectors. The Identity Solutions portfolio includes traditional ID verification, challenge questions and document verification. Experian now also offer a full Identity as a Service solution, including ID proofing and strong credential management, and is an identity provider within the GOV.UK/Verify scheme. Fraud solutions in the portfolio include both real time Device and Application Fraud. Ease of integration and change is key in today’s fast moving ID and Fraud battleground: Experian’s CrossCore platform allows Experian and third party solutions to be joined together to achieve a consolidated decision with one-stop referral review. In addition Experian provides a number of Public sector specific products such to assist in council tax fraud, benefit fraud and social housing fraud.
Key to the role is to ensure clients gain maximum value from Experian solutions by offering highly skilled consultancy services, expert analytics, trend analysis and insight around ever evolving fraud attack vectors.
Nick has been with Experian for over 15 years. Previously Nick was a director of a company providing global solutions within the broader Criminal Justice arena. Here he architected the Scottish Intelligence Database: the only cross force intelligence sharing and matching solution in the UK. He also exported best of breed UK crime management systems to Australia and the US. Nick has also worked for IBM in the healthcare and utilities sector, and began his career as a mainframe systems analyst with a large UK brewer and pub company. He has a degree in Computer Science.
Nick has three children, and is into amateur dramatics in his spare time. In the last 12 months he has played Man Friday and a shell-shocked army medical officer in the hard hitting WW1 drama Hamp.