Let’s give an example of a really profitable phishing technique and various other fraudulent techniques which can earn criminals millions of dollars.
Keith McMurtry was the corporate controller for Scoular. The 124-year-old company trades grain and has storage facilities throughout the USA. When he was asked by his CEO to wire $17.2m to an offshore account he didn’t think twice about it. His chief executive told Mr. McMurtry that their firm was in negotiations to acquire a Chinese company. Chuck, the CEO, also told Mike that this was of high priority and strictly confidential, nobody was to know. Mike was to work directly with an attorney at KPMG, and that the money transfer would go through KPMG’s account.
The newest operating system by Windows has claimed to be the most secure so far. IT pros across the board say that with all its advanced features and up to date technological advancements Windows 10 should surpass all others in terms of safety and online surfing.
Americans seem to be the most un-lucky mobile phone holders on earth. Reports issued by Hiya, an independent and trusted global leader in the amounts regarding mobile phone spams and robocall numbers throughout the world. They have estimated that in September of 2016 Americans received, or should we say were spammed by, nearly 984 million robocalls. This is a staggering number to say the least. The company scans over 3.5 billion calls and the data they released has been a jaw dropper to most. The American population probably agree that they are bombarded with these robocalls, and they couldn’t be more right.