Compliance

TwentyFour/Seven

December 23, 2008
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LEAD STORY  Fraudsters Seek Out Staff Fraudsters are taking a more personal approach to their craft through social engineering, the practice of obtaining private or proprietary information to use illicitly. So says Karen Daeke, senior vice president of security administration at $16.4 billion asset State Employees’ Credit Union, Raleigh, N.C.,...
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