For three years Norkom’s research has tracked the progress of financial institutions’ fight against crime. This year, that progress has faltered. Budget cuts imposed in the wake of the banking crisis are leaving financial institutions – and their customers – exposed to a rising tide of fraud attacks. This month’s Intelligence Survey highlights their increased vulnerability to fraud and a diminished ability to combat it.
Please click on the link below to open the PDF of Norkom Technologies' sponsored statement from the September 2009 issue of OpRisk & Compliance.
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