Over the last three years, CEO fraud has been responsible for more than $26 billion in losses. Despite these losses, CEO fraud remains a blind spot for many C-level executives who quickly learn the consequences of a weak cyber-risk assessment. Part I explains how top executives in finance are hoodwinked, how organizations are compromised, how millions are siphoned off by criminals, and how fiduciary responsibilities play a role. Part II covers how to prevent this type of attack and what to do if you become the latest victim.

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