New Fraud Is Just Old Fraud, But FasterKenneth Citarella of Guidepost Discusses How Connectivity Is Changing Fraud
Technology is making fraud faster to commit, but key methods remain unchanged, says Kenneth Citarella of Guidepost, who provides insights on fraud prevention strategies.
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In a video interview at Information Security Media Group's recent Fraud Summit in New York, Citarella discusses:
- How connectivity is broadening the reach of fraud;
- The problems tied to third-party vendor relationships;
- Zero trust as a fraud prevention strategy.
Citarella is a senior managing director for the investigations and cyber forensics practice of Guidepost. He joined the company in 2010 as a project manager to investigate fraudulent claims for the Gulf Coast Claims Facility in its administration of the $20 billion BP compensation fund.