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Hackers and scammers aren’t on lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, they’re working harder than ever to undermine your business operations. Both small and large businesses are falling victim to fraud as cybercriminals are taking advantage of the current climate and seeking opportunities to commit payroll and vendor account fraud, phishing email scams, and check fraud. As always, your best defense is to be extra vigilant, aware of who you are communicating with, and most importantly, to not let your guard down.

Atlantic Union Bank is here to help our business clients stay safe and informed with the free webinar: Keeping Your Business Safe from Fraud During COVID-19. What you’ll learn may help you identify a potential cybercrime and foil an attack on your business’ well-being, financial infrastructure, and core integrity. (Especially recommended for business owners, accounts payable staff, payroll admins, and bookkeepers).

What’s covered?

  • Payment Redirection
    A phisher disguises themselves as one of your trusted vendors and requests you to redirect a  payment.
  • Payroll Redirection
    A phisher may disguise themselves as an employee and request a change in their direct deposit.
  • Check Cashing Fraud
    The old stand-by for fraudsters. Still in use and highly effective.
  • Postive Pay and ACH Debit Block
    Tools from Atlantic Union Bank you can use to combat check and ACH fraud.
  • And more
Live Webinar presentation dates (followed by a Q&A session): Webinar presented and hosted by Sharon Blanchette, CPA, CIA, CRCM, CAMS, MBA
SVP, Director of the Financial Investigations Unit, Atlantic Union Bank

About Sharon: Sharon brings over 25 years of audit, risk, IT, AML, and regulatory compliance experience to her current role at Atlantic Union Bank as SVP, Director of the Financial Investigations Unit where she focuses on Bank Secrecy Act (BSA)/Anti-Money Laundering (AML)/Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), Fraud, and Security – including Online Account Opening Fraud -- Digital Payments Fraud, Fraud Analytics and AML Analytics.

(If you miss out, webinar will be available through an on-demand recording at a later date on this page.)