A hacker's direct route to your company's ACH system
Feb 06, 2012 Karen Umpierre
• A criminal or insider sends a malware email to an employee. That email contains an attachment with hacking software that when opened can reveal the employee's or company's confidential details.
• Because a company with an ACH system holds bank information of employees, the criminal or insider can gain access to those details and make fraudulent transfers. In order to ensure the protection of a company's or individual's ACH or bank information, no attachments should be opened from unknown email addresses. Additionally, bank statements must be frequently checked for fraudulent activity.