Fraud Management & Cybercrime , Next-Generation Technologies & Secure Development , Social Media

Social Media and Fraud Part 2: The ABA's View

Denyette DePierro on How to Create and Enforce a Risk-Savvy Policy
Denyette DePierro, vice president and senior counsel, American Bankers Association

Recognizing that social media create fertile grounds for fraud, the American Bankers Association now shares advice for how institutions can use these channels in ways that are compliant, smart and risk-savvy. The ABA's Denyette DePierro offers some tips.

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In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent San Francisco Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit, DePierro discusses:

  • Social media risks that banks commonly overlook;
  • How social media abuse can lead to business email compromise and other forms of fraud;
  • Social media policies and how to help ensure compliance.

DePierro, vice president and senior counsel at the ABA, joined the association in March 2008. Previously, she was legislative counsel at the Independent Community Bankers of America and the California Independent Bankers in Newport Beach, Calif. At the ABA, DePierro focuses on the state, federal and international regulation of technology, cybersecurity, privacy, data security and emerging trends in banking, including fintech, blockchain, internet of things, artificial intelligence and social media.

About the Author

Tom Field

Tom Field

Senior Vice President, Editorial, ISMG

Field is responsible for all of ISMG's 28 global media properties and its team of journalists. He also helped to develop and lead ISMG's award-winning summit series that has brought together security practitioners and industry influencers from around the world, as well as ISMG's series of exclusive executive roundtables.

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