Arm yourself with knowledge.
Corporate Account Takeover (CATO) is a type of corporate identity theft whereby a criminal steals a business’s valid online banking credentials.
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Criminals use various ways to obtain access to the legitimate banking credentials of businesses. For example, your business’s systems may be compromised by:
- An infected document attached to an email
- A link within an email that connects to an infected website
- Employees visiting legitimate websites – especially social networking sites – and clicking on the infected documents, videos, or photos posted there
- An employee using a flash drive that was infected by another computer
Using a dual control system for online transactions is one way to help prevent fraud. To stay educated and alert, watch this CATO Webinar* and use these handouts provided by the Louisiana Bankers Association.
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*Webinar content current as of 6/15/18