The possibility that an organization might be the target of fraud, which is generally considered to be deliberate deception to obtain unjust or unlawful gain, or to deprive an individual of a legal right. Types of fraud can include debit, credit and other payment card fraud, remote banking fraud, rogue trading, accounting fraud, and fraudulent loans. This last type was a primary cause of the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.

Popular resources

You may be interested in

News
2 mins reading time

Acin wins Risk.net’s OpRisk Innovation of the Year, for second year in a row

News
2 mins reading time

FinTech Global Recognizes Acin as Top AIFinTech100

Stephane Besson
News
3 mins reading time

Acin adds senior advisor to industry-leading team, as data network continues to expand

Discover more