Our Founder, Rory Geoghegan, was cited by Robert Colville in The Times:
“Rory Geoghegan, a former police officer and No 10 adviser who recently set up the Public Safety Foundation, points out that it’s also one of the most scalable crimes. Once you’ve worked out how to trick the banks, you will spam their systems before they fix the loophole. If you can con one granny into handing over her life savings, you can set up a boiler room in India to make such calls by the dozen. It’s low-risk, high-reward.
Read the full piece here.