Combating Electronic Fraud
Steps You Can Take to Help Protect Your Company
Your employee opens an email with an attached zip file containing a virus. The virus obtains the user ID and password to your commercial bank account. Unbeknownst to you, an electronic wire transfer is executed from your account for $50,000. Only $10,000 is recovered. Who is liable for the lost funds? How do you protect your company's hard-earned assets? More companies than ever are becoming the victims of commercial banking fraud, leading to large losses that cripple their operations. How does this happen? More importantly, how do you prevent it from closing your doors? Our panel of experts explains this growing phenomenon, and gives you the tools needed to make sure your company does not become a victim.
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Senior Vice President, & C.O.O., American Chartered Bank
Ron joined American Chartered Bank in April 1999 as Senior Vice President, Chief Operations Officer, after having spent over twenty years at Harris Bank. Ron is responsible for all credit, payment, and treasury management operations functions, as well as information systems. He is a member of the Bank's Executive Committee, and also serves as the Bank's Security Officer. Having been responsible for information systems dating back to when Internet-based electronic banking systems were first introduced, Ron has observed and responded to the changes/risks attributable to these activities on a first-hand basis, which provides a helpful historical perspective on these issues. Ron received his BA from Northwestern University, and an MBA with specialization in finance from the University of Chicago.
Director of Operations, 3-Points LLC
Mike joined 3-Points as a Network Operations Center Technician, providing network support to over 100 Chicagoland small business clients. Mike is currently the Director of Operations at 3-Points and is accountable for overseeing the entire company's operations that includes: sales engineering, maintenance, projects, and research & development. Having worked in the IT industry for over seven years, Mike has developed and grown his technical skills using technologies from Cisco, Microsoft, Sonicwall, Acronis, Symantec and many others. Mike is also a member of the 3-Points Leadership Team and has a Computer Science degree from Carthage College in Kenosha, WI.
Mike Richmond, JD
Risk Management Consultant, The Horton Group
Mike Richmond is a Risk Management Consultant and attorney. He has spent the past nine years consulting companies on how to use insurance as a secondary source of protection in addition to their primary risk management program. Over the past few years, much of his focus has been in the crime and cyber liability fields, addressing coverage for computer, financial and fund transfer fraud. Mike received a BA from Millikin University and his JD from The John Marshall Law School.
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