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2018 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

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Survey results report payments fraud activity at a record high in 2017. Check fraud continues to be the primary target, while Business Email Compromise is of increasing concern. As businesses are investing heavily in security measures, attacks against payments systems continue to persist, often shifting to the businesses’ less-protected, alternative payment methods. AFP thanks J.P. Morgan for its underwriting support of this year’s Payments Fraud and Control survey.

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AFP Payments Fraud Dashboard:

Benchmark the nature and frequency of fraudulent attacks on business-to-business payments.
Access the AFP Payments Fraud Dashboard.

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Learn about the latest trends in payments fraud seen in the survey, and discuss important issues such as Business Email Compromise that still is a great threat to organizations
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Magnus Carlsson, Insights on the Survey Results:


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Questions about this subject?
Contact Magnus Carlsson, AFP's Manager, Treasury & Payments.