Three Ways to Help Prevent Executive and Vendor Impersonation

Corporate & Institutional

Federal Authorities Issue Warnings on New Forms of Fraud, Executive & Vendor ImpersonationOne of the newest forms of fraud threatening corporations of all sizes is known as “Executive Impersonation.” This type of scheme involves an individual hacking email accounts of senior level employees and posing as them, often the CEO or CFO.


Videos: Cyber and Personal Security and the Costliest Mistakes in Risk Management

Brian Oard and Alvina H. Lo |
Wealth Planning
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Wilmington Trust’s Brian Oard and Alvina Lo discussed a number of timely risk management topics at the 2018 Hawaii Tax Institute Conference. Watch their conversations with two risk and insurance experts and a former FBI agent and founder of an international risk mitigation firm.Cyber and Personal SecurityPatrick Conley, a former FBI special agent and founder and CEO of Franklin Global, Inc.

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Avoid Becoming a Victim of Ransomware Attacks

Corporate & Institutional Cybersecurity

Whether securing your business or yourself, the first step is to understand how cybercriminals work.Ransomware is a type of malicious software that encrypts files so they can no longer be accessed.Cybercriminals hold the user’s files until the owner pays a ransom for their return.Business owners and individuals can take proactive steps to identify cyber risks and employ best practices to protect data.