How can you protect your organization against payment fraud risk?
Paymerang has partnered with Kaplan, one of the world’s largest and most diverse education providers, to share more about the risk of payment fraud. In a jointly produced video, Paymerang CEO, Nasser Chanda, addresses the risk of payment fraud and what organizations can do to shield their organizations from fraud.
What is Payment Fraud?
Payment fraud is any type of false or illegal transaction perpetrated by a cybercriminal. In a recent Kroll survey, 84% of financial professionals surveyed reported at least one incident of payment fraud, which is up from 82% reported in 2016 and 61% reported in 2012. Moreover, 86% of respondents reported at least one cyber incident or information data theft, loss, or attack within the last twelve months.
The Kaplan/Paymerang video helps finance professionals assess risk and assist in implementing preventative and protective measures.
An example of payment fraud is seen in a Texas School District that recently fell victim to a phishing scam that cost millions. Phishing scams are emails designed to trick users into handing over personal information. The school district is expected to recover some of the funds as the investigation into the scam continues.
Do you know how to build a resilient organization, ready to handle the growing threats of payment fraud?
Payment fraud risk is a very real threat to organizations. One slip-up in ACH processing or wire transferring could cost millions of dollars and result in significant embarrassment for finance teams. If you have money and secure data, no matter your company size or industry—you are at risk. The Kaplan and Paymerang partnership aims at educating finance professionals on how to navigate those risks.
To learn more about how to protect your organization from
payment fraud, watch this video.