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Private Companies Webinar Series: Driving Payments Security and Efficiency during COVID-19

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Payment fraud attempts are reportedly up from 667% from February to March, as criminal fraudsters are exploiting gaps and control issues in corporate payment workflows as finance teams struggle to operationalize while working from home.  In this webinar,  our presenter will discuss renewed efforts by cybercriminals, what strategies may be more effective in this time of crisis, and what CFOs and finance teams can be doing to defend against this increase in payments attacks and stay resilient against fraud and cybercrime.

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Private Companies Webinar Series Continues with More Complimentary Virtual CPE Opportunities for FEI Members:

The Virtual Close - Closing the Books While Sheltered in Place
Presented by RGP
June 25 | 12:00 pm Eastern | 1.5 CPE Credits
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Steven Otwell

Director Of Payments and Connectivity


1.50 CPE




Business Management and Organization, Non-technical



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