IDnow, which has its UK based in Manchester is partnering with Interpol.
The global identity verification firm will deliver a series of training programmes to local law enforcement and immigration departments, starting in Abu Dhabi later in the month.
“We are thrilled to be working with Interpol to share our knowledge and expertise on the subject of fraud prevention,” said Lovro Persen, Director Document Management & Fraud at IDnow.
“Sophisticated fraud is becoming increasingly prolific, with recent statistics from PricewaterhouseCoopers revealing that 47 percent of companies had suffered at least one form of fraud in the prior 24 months, at a cost of $42 billion.
“Our partnership will help ensure relevant officials and departments have access to IDnow’s team of experts, who will be sharing important knowledge in the global fight against fraud.”
During the 12 month programme they will share insights into the latest security trends.
IDnow opened its Manchester base in 2020, with plans for “significant growth” over the next few years.