Not if but when: Why community banks and credit unions should invest in fraud protection

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A common refrain from community banks and credit unions is that since they are not experiencing a fraud attack at the moment, they don’t see any need to invest in fraud protection.

Now apply the same logic elsewhere – it follows then, that purchasing home insurance doesn’t make sense, as my house isn’t currently on fire. This kind of reasoning is short-sighted and leaves banks and their customers vulnerable to fraud–related financial losses.

It also ignores a growing, if unfortunate, precedent – that losses from cyberattacks number in the billions of dollars annually (one report put it as high as $445 billion), and it continues to rise every year. To read the full Easy Solutions white paper, please click here.