I am a journalist writing an article for a large uk-based publication that will look at the vulnerability of everyday objects that are now being built with technological and online capabilities; otherwise known as the 'internet of things'. The key to my piece is assessing what the most vulnerable internet of things technologies are in terms of exposing users to fraud (like identify theft, monitoring of their behaviour, accessing bank accounts where devices are linked to use-based spending, monitoring the geo-location of victims to make frauds more effective – say by email deception, understanding their consumer behaviour – again to make them targets for fraud attacks and scams, etc.). Would anyone have any knowledge on this topic and willing to speak with me?+5 Other Responses
Fraud Prevention Software
We are looking to speak to customers of signifyd (https://www.Signifyd.Com/). Signifyd provides fraud prevention as a service for online merchants. They do this by providing a chargeback guarantee (i.E. If the merchant gets a chargeback, signifyd eats the cost), an approval rate guarantee and a review time guarantee. The competitors in this space are sift science, threatmetrix, forter, and riskified. We want to talk with the decision maker who evaluated signifyd and sift science, and who was responsible for ultimately deciding to move forward with them. We are looking for customers preferably in the u.S./canada. The typical titles would be it operations, software engineering, product management, director/vp of security, vp of information security, director of soc, ciso etc. This would be for a 1 hour paid phone consultation. Please respond with a short summary of relevance to this request.+undefined Other Responses
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Question: the ceo of yahoo lied on his resume and was forced out. Several other high profile ceos have done the same in industry and academia. What tools do boards of directors or companies have to research and combat resume fraud?
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