Case Studies

Account Takeover is a type of identity theft in which a criminal steals a business’s or individual's valid online banking credentials and then uses those credentials to initiate funds transfers out of the account. Businesses can be targeted due to the lucrative nature of the targets, as well as consumers because individual accounts often do not have the same protections and levels of security that are regularly applied to business accounts.
NACHA’s Risk Management Advisory Group has developed the following sound business practices for Third-Party Service Providers to consider when reviewing and implementing security procedures to mitigate the threat of Account Takeover.

Sounds Business Practices to Mitigate Risk

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Sound Business Practices to Mitigate Risk

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Sound Business Practices to Mitigate Risk

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