Theft

As retail businesses migrate to the digital realm, internal information theft incidents continue threaten on-line and off-line operations. The evolving propagation of has surpassed traditional techniques crime prevention practices. Many business organizations search for guides that fit into their operation, only be inundated with generic theoretical models. This book examines applicable methods effectively prevent theft. Information Theft Prevention offers readers a comprehensive understanding current status sector models in relation internationally recognized benchmark security. It presents simple effective management processes ensuring better system security, fostering proactive approach prevention. Furthermore, it builds on well-defined cases identify solutions today. Integrating operations security practices, identifies ways coordinate efforts across order achieve best results. IT managers professionals, financial frauds consultants, cyber professionals will find this valuable resource identifying creating tools

Approximately 11.7 million persons, representing 5% of all persons age 16 or older in the U.S., were victims one more types identity theft within a two-year period. The most common type theft, experienced by 6.2 people during reporting period, was unauthorized use an existing credit card account. This report is based on data from 2008 Identity Theft Supplement (ITS) to National Crime Victimization Survey (NCVS). From January June 2008, NCVS-ITS collected who had attempted successful incidents two years preceding their interviews. Charts and tables. print demand report.

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