Over the last three years, CEO fraud has been responsible for more than $26 billion in losses. Despite these losses, CEO fraud remains a blind spot for many C-level executives who quickly learn the consequences of a weak cyber-risk assessment.
Part I explains how top executives in finance are hoodwinked, how organizations are compromised, how millions are siphoned off by criminals, and how fiduciary responsibilities play a role. Part II covers how to prevent this type of attack and what to do if you become the latest victim.
What is CEO fraud?
Who is at risk?
How can it be prevented?
Resolution and restitution options
Checklist for CEO fraud response
Find out how you can proof your organization up against this type of sophisticated fraud and create a human firewall.