Cybersecurity & Fraud

Insights into the effects of cybercrime on businesses and markets from industry experts across our cybersecurity, technology and banking solutions teams

True crime: anatomy of a cyberattack webinar

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Spot the spoof: how to recognize and avoid phishing attacks

No matter how you slice it, phishing scams are a two-way street. For these criminal campaigns to succeed, the recipients of the fake correspondence must take some action - click on a link, open an attachment or share sensitive information.

Check your email for criminal compromise

Email underpins so much of our business dealings today – from initial interactions to scheduling, transactions, and customer service. The necessity of email means keeping corporate accounts secure is essential. Yet, business email compromise (BEC) is one of the most common and financially damaging cybercrimes. According to the Association for Financial Professionals “Payments Fraud and Control Survey” report, 76% of organizations were targeted by BEC in 2020.

Prevent and treat ransomware attacks

Companies manage incredible amounts of sensitive data about their employees, clients, processes and products. At the same time, information technology (IT) is not always at the core of what they do – caring for clients is. This makes various industries increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks.

How fraudsters use social engineering webinar

In this informative and collaborative session, experts Patrick Gannon, former Information Security Director from KeyBank and Costa Petros, Security Consultant from TrustedSec.

Healthcare cybersecurity eBook: A digital epidemic

Today, online healthcare information is one of the most susceptible, profitable targets for cybercrime. Staying informed about cybercrime trends is the first step to safeguarding valuable data.

Entrepreneur. “FBI Sees Cybercrime Reports Increase Fourfold During COVID-19 Outbreak.” https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/349509

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