The Enemy Within

Krebsbach, Karen
June 2004
Bank Technology News;Jun2004, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p38
Trade Publication
Reports on banks' use of technologies to prevent employee fraud in the United States. Key features of the Alchemist fraud-detection and prevention module and Searchspace's Fraud Management Sentinel; HSBC's adoption of the Alchemist; Use of employee identification authentication and access cards, which double as building-entrance and network-access cards; Different types of insider fraud; Conviction of bank insiders who were accused of stealing from their employers.


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