Tag Archives: Online Fraud

Six Steps to Help SMBs Avoid Online Fraud, Financial Loss

November 6, 2012 by Mike Byrnes     No Comments

Small-business (SMB) owners wear many hats and are pulled in many directions, they should take 15 minutes to do a little “homework” and benefit from the lesson Primary Systems learned the hard way.

It’s an uphill battle – but we’re making progress in the fight against online fraud

July 10, 2012 by Mike Byrnes     No Comments

While one would be foolish to say we can now rest on our laurels, I think it time to pause and celebrate some very tangible progress in the fight against online fraud. July 3, 2012 marked the end of a very interesting yearlong journey for Patco, a Maine-based construction company who became the victim of [Read More...]

Protecting My Business and Personal Online Identity. . . or, how Meg Ryan could be my downfall!

May 11, 2011 by Scott Perry     No Comments

I thought this was an interesting story:  “Webmail gets hacked, corporate passwords exposed”, and one that ought to be read by executives in many companies – the folks who can actually change behavior that could otherwise jeopardize corporate security.  But it’s also a story that is highly relevant to consumers because they – “we” – [Read More...]

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Online Fraud When Justin Bieber was 5!

April 11, 2011 by Scott Perry     No Comments

This was an article that I hit upon a month ago that I thought was kind of interesting: Bank Systems & Technology, “Though Hairstyles May Change, Online Banking Fraud Remains the Same.” To be honest, I was initially drawn to the reference to hair styles, since many of my friends and colleagues regularly tease me [Read More...]