BankInfoSecurity.com has created this latest handbook - a true, interactive digital magazine -- compiling up-to-date information, breaking stories and exclusive interviews pertaining to fraud. Over the past year, every tried-and-true fraud scheme has made its way back, as criminals renew their efforts to deprive institutions and customers of their financial and informational assets. "Security Strategies: The Faces of Fraud" includes:
- 10 Faces of Fraud - What does next year hold for fraud against financial institutions?
- The Insider Threat - 16 Tips to Protect Critical Data
- Top Trends in ACH Fraud - What you need to know about payroll and ACH crime
- 2009 Identity Fraud Report - Interview with James Van Dyke of Javelin Strategy and Research on the results of the report, what it means to banking institutions, and upcoming trends for 2009
- Top Internet Scams for You and Your Customers to Avoid
This handbook, one of a series of similar publications from ISMG, is a comprehensive overview of the latest fraud threats against financial institutions.
"We're excited about the handbook series," says Mike D'Agostino, ISMG Marketing Manager. "They allow us to produce a 'best of' compilation for our existing readers, while serving as an engaging entry point for new subscribers."
"Security Strategies: The Faces of Fraud" may be found here: https://www.bankinfosecurity.com/handbooks.php?hb_id=9
About ISMG: Based in Princeton, N.J., Information Security Media Group publishes BankInfoSecurity.com, CUInfoSecurity.com, and GovInfoSecurity.com, which are your one-stop portals for the latest news, insights and education on the top information security issues facing U.S. financial institutions and government agencies today. Through articles, webinars, podcasts, blogs and news alerts from federal regulatory agencies such as the FDIC, NCUA, NIST, OCC, FRB and OTS, our team is committed to providing up-to-date information on the security regulations, threats, solutions, training and career trends that most impact banks, credit unions, government agencies and other related enterprises. Leading companies supporting and benefiting from these initiatives include CA, Fortify, RSA Security, Secure Computing, Symantec and VeriSign.