On 14 September 2021 the EACT organised the second of its EACT in Action live event series, showcasing important issues that treasurers across the EACT community are tackling.
Corporate treasury teams have been targeted by a rising number of cyber-attacks over the past two years, with fraudsters employing methods such as CEO fraud, lookalike domains, phishing, spoofing, malware and, increasingly, ransomware. What role can treasurers play in the fight against cybercrime and fraud?
Our webinar heard Dr. Gerd Berghold and Werner Strecker of Deutsche Bahn AG share insights as to how the company has structured its technical set-up and how fraud prevention is managed within the treasury function – as well as sharing measures implemented to improve fraud monitoring and screening. The webinar was kindly moderated by Caroline Stockmann, Chief Executive, ACT, and Deputy Chair, EACT.
Watch out for further EACT in Action events over the course of the coming months covering priority issues for the treasury community. Should you wish to raise a topic that you feel should be part of this series, please feel free to contact Cornelia Hesse on behalf of the EACT Communications Working group: email@example.com
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