Payment fraud can no longer be regarded as a problem confined largely to the retail industry - nearly every section reports that the incidence is growing.
The cheque might be an outmoded payment method, but many US organisations are reluctant to give it up. What’s more, after years of decline, cheque fraud shows signs of an uptick.
The European plane marker has set up a new compliance review group, with outsiders leading the review of its internal processes.
The software’s security has been questioned after a BBC reporter and his non-identical twin brother successfully bypassed it.
Day Two of the UK Association of Corporate Treasurers’ (ACT) annual conference in Manchester considered the future of the corporate treasurer and the role developing as a strategic business partner.
Last Friday’s ransomware attack that targeted companies and organisations in nearly 100 countries worldwide underlines the need for corporates to make security a priority.
A survey of chief information officers across the UK and Europe found that less than half saw security as an investment priority.
The financial messaging services provider’s theme this year was ‘Building the Future’, although what form it will take for the financial services sector is far from clear.
The latest annual report on international business attitudes by Control Risks finds that companies are failing to back up their rhetoric.
Security breaches at major organisations have become a regular occurrence, leading many to wonder whether lessons are being learned or applied. Improving cyber security is an opportunity for the chief financial officer to prove his or her worth.