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Cyberfraud/ID Theft
Fraudsters have significantly expanded phishing campaigns to include COVID-19 messaging
Officials have dumped an enormous amount of money into the economy in a matter of weeks. That means the environment is ripe for fraud.
Without proper protections in place, these services can create risks and make sensitive customer information vulnerable
Half of IT professionals surveyed said their companies did not have enough staff or budget to adequately support cybersecurity efforts
Select Bank & Trust adds branches from Entegra, First Citizens completes purchase of MidCoast, and Evans nears completion of FSB acquisition
Complex regulations and required manpower are pushing costs higher, but fraud attempts are rising
Fraudsters are posing as health officials or charity workers in order to cheat people into handing over money
Not only are mobile payments more efficient, a cashless society can be healthier
Online payment fraud could cost companies more than $200 billion over four years, finds Juniper Research
Authorities and the bank are investigating after staff illegally accessed personal information, with Fifth Third preparing to reimburse customers if needed
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