Heliocor, an emerging regulatory technology company based in London, has announced a partnership agreement with UK-based LAN2LAN for professional services and implementation of its AML/KYC offerings. The agreement will enable Heliocor to take advantage of LAN2LAN’s network infrastructure design and implementation skills to implement its fraud reducing products. LAN2LAN offer support across a broad spectrum of installation options: including cloud, hybrid cloud, secure wireless, mobility and cybersecurity. The agreement will leverage LAN2LAN’s Robolitics and Dokstor products to increase security and reduce costs associated with processing fraud detection during transaction, principally for KYC and AML checks.
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Heliocor Partners with LAN2LAN on KYC/AML
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