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Consumer Fraud Awareness: What's Working, What's Not & What's Next?
Consumer Fraud Awareness: What's Working, What's Not & What's Next?

With social engineering, phishing and a host of other attacks on the rise, the consumer remains the most vulnerable link in the fraud chain. Banks and financial institutions are helping to lead the way in education, supported by organizations like the FFIEC which recently issued new guidance on security awareness for banking customers. Leading fraud expert and author David Pollino, named a Top 10 Influencer by BankInfoSecurity, discusses:

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  • The latest developments in fraud prevention education and awareness;
  • Best practices in social engineering assessments;
  • Balancing the fine line between education and fear mongering.

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