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Automation seen as relief for payment fraud worries

Financial and payment professionals don’t anticipate any respite from cyber fraud and attacks in the near future, according to a recent survey conducted by TD Bank. An overwhelming 91 percent of the 392 finance professionals surveyed by the bank at the recent 2017 NACHA Payments conference said they expect payments fraud will become a bigger … The post Automation seen as relief for payment fraud worries appeared first on McAfee Blogs.
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