Insurance companies are finding ways to leverage information from social media to combat fraud.
In 2016, phishing not only continued to grow as a cyberthreat, but was deployed more strategically to maximize profit for cybercriminals.
Experts believe these seven threats may pose the greatest cyberrisks for businesses this year.
The rapid growth of fraud-related activity reinforces the need for aggressive prevention strategies and new technology to prepare for emerging threats.
To mitigate the costly damage that can stem from disaffected or disgruntled workers, employers must examine how to cultivate employee loyalty.
Don’t trust the internet.
Authentication and predictive modeling techniques are necessary to reduce fraud losses.
Advanced analytics tools can help companies identify complex IT security threats more quickly.
The rise of ransomware attacks show are evidence that even low-tech hacking can pay dividends.
The widespread corruption and third-party data security vulnerabilities revealed in the Panama Papers scandal demand attention now.
A software company CEO shares a firsthand account of his company’s fight against scammers.
A persistent minority of executives continues to justify corrupt activity to improve financial performance.
Researchers found that 70% of resumes contain some sort of inaccuracy.
Crime losses abound for policyholders in every industry, but navigating the insurance claims process can be a challenge.
Fraud is often acknowledged as a major problem, but research and experience show few organizations actually do anything about it.