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Working to stay one step ahead of the cybercriminals

Mar 24, 2020 / Payments

Whenever there’s a disaster, you can count on scammers and fraudsters to be quick to try to exploit our fears and sense of compassion. So it’s no surprise that the current COVID-19 crisis has already spawned a spike in online criminal activity, including sales of fake vaccine kits, bogus crowdfunding appeals and virus-tracking apps loaded with malware.

Mary-Helen McElfresh, senior director of Zelle fraud risk prevention at Early Warning, is with us to discuss how her company is working to stay ahead of cybercrooks.

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