Could Lehman Bros have prevented latest fraud?
Lehman Bros has filed a lawsuit against Marubeni Corp., the Japanese trading giant, responsible for defrauding the New York-based investment bank out of US$352 million through a scam carried out by two rogue employees. Could it have stopped the fraud?
What You Don’t Know Will Hurt You
Each day investors wake up to more bad news in the financial markets. Worse yet, many thought their assets were safe, only to find out that the financial crisis is hurting even low-risk investments.
Identity Fraud on the Decline
Despite the hype, identity fraud is on the decline, according to a new survey. But as fraudsters return to traditional channles, such as phone lines, to steal the trusting public's personal information, few financial instituions have implemented multifactor authentication for telephone banking.
BioPassword Monitors Rhythm of Typing
Authentication provider adds improved monitoring and reporting capabilities to its authentication platform, which monitors the typing rhythm of users.