Tax administrations are under pressure like never before. Digitisation, both in the public sector and in society in general, is completely changing how data is moving around – for better and worse. It's not really a viable solution to just allocate more employees to manual tax inspections. Advanced analytics is
Did you know that whether you own a car, and the colour of your car, can give some very interesting insights into whether you will pay your taxes? This may sound unlikely, but recent work with a European national tax office using some highly detailed data found some fascinating connections.
Fake news is in the news again. Both in the US and in Europe. Facebook recently announced that it was allowing Congressional scrutiny of advertisements bought by Russians during the 2016 US election, as part of an ongoing investigation. It is a hard path to walk. Facebook has faced criticism
Tax authorities may not be everyone’s favourite organisations. But around the world, they have a key role in collecting revenues that enable governments to spend money on essential public services. You only need to read the media coverage of the tax avoidance of some of the big tech companies, and
International Fraud Week is here! We at SAS have marked the International Fraud Week by going on a Nordic road show throughout this month discussing Risk Based Controls in Government. And it is really a pleasure to be involved with these seminars. A living debate between speakers and participants on various aspects
Monday the 3rd of October some 100 Cyber and IT Security professionals joined the Danish conference Børsen IT-sikkerhedskonference 2016, moderated by the Editor in Chief, Niels Lunde. On the agenda, Cyber Crime was the dominating topic for the day. This was the first time the conference took place and personally,