A review of the top news items you should be paying attention to this week, including:
Should Banks be Liable for Business Losses to Fraud?
Mortgage Fraud: Education is Key to Prevention;
Social Media: What Every Senior Leader Must Know.
Be sure to listen to this overview, and check out all of the weeks news...
Financial institutions and their customers are experiencing a frightening range of fraud scams. Where are their greatest risks?
Mike Urban, Senior Director of Global Fraud Solutions at FICO, discusses:
Today's top trends;
Where organizations are most vulnerable;
Steps to take to reduce fraud risk.
The topic has been discussed for years, but now truly is the time for organizations to invest in federated identity management.
So says Tom Smedinghoff, partner at Chicago-based law firm Wildman Harrold. In an exclusive interview, Smedinghoff discusses:
What's new about federated ID management;
Interview with Howie Wu, VP Virtual Banking, Boeing Employees Credit Union
Increasingly, consumers long for a simple payment solution that allows them to send money to family and friends via email or text message.
Boeing Employees Credit Union (BECU), Washington's largest credit union, is at the forefront of the...
Interview with Prof. Sree Sreenivasan of the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism
Social media aren't just coming - they're here. And senior leaders need to understand how to maximize Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and other popular sites, as well as how to protect their organizations from very real security...
Genie Laborde and Robert Nolan on How to Help Prevent First Party Fraud
Want to know if a prospective loan customer is lying? Watch their eyes. And their breathing. And especially whether they move their lower lip.
These are the tips from Robert Nolan, a former mortgage banker, and Genie Laborde, an author and...