If Financial Crime is Rising, Then Security is Job #1

Sraeel, Holly
May 2006
Bank Technology News;May2006, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p8
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the rising occurrence of financial crime that hits the financial industry of the U.S. A more appropriate term for this is Cybercrime, considered as a growing global problem. Unfortunately, this crime cannot easily be tracked by financial institutions. In order to uphold security, however, factors like understanding the changing nature of financial crime and the technology available to counter attacks particularly the growing number of online incursions are considered.


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