Fraud Attacks Jump 137 Percent Over The Last Four Quarters

Fraud Attacks Jump 137 Percent Over The Last Four Quarters

Fraudsters are on a train that is anything but slowing down. In just the last four quarters, fraud attacks have jumped by 137 percent, affecting over $7 out of every $100 made in retail sales.

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Russian Hacker Convicted of Multimillion Dollar Fraud Scheme

Russian Hacker Convicted of Multimillion Dollar Fraud Scheme

A hacker from Vladivostok, Russia, installed malware in retail point-of-sale systems that allowed him to steal more than 1.7 million credit card numbers between October 2009 and October 2013, according to the Department of Justice. 

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Lotte Executive Found Dead Amid South Korean Corruption Inquiry

Lotte Executive Found Dead Amid South Korean Corruption Inquiry

A top executive at the Lotte Group, one of South Korea’s largest family-controlled conglomerates, was found dead on Friday in an apparent suicide, hours before he was scheduled to appear before prosecutors investigating allegations of corruption at the company.

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Top 5 Risks of Conducting Business With Third Parties

Top 5 Risks of Conducting Business With Third Parties

There are inherent risks involved for any organization that does business with third-party partners. Without a doubt, these are risks most companies must take, as working with third parties is a necessary (and most often beneficial) aspect of conducting business today. 

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Ex-CEO Admits to Fraud After Decade on Lam in Africa

Ex-CEO Admits to Fraud After Decade on Lam in Africa

The former chief executive of Comverse Technology Inc. who hid in Africa for a decade pleaded guilty to backdating stock options and was jailed immediately by a U.S. judge who said the defendant’s intelligence and guile meant he couldn’t be trusted to return to court.

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