Rabbi hurt in California synagogue shooting admits fraud | #employeefraud | #recruitment | #corporatesecurity | #ceo | #business | #security

SAN DIEGO — The longtime leader of a Southern California synagogue who was wounded in a deadly attack at the house of worship he founded pleaded guilty Tuesday to participating in a multimillion-dollar fraud that disguised charitable contributions for personal gain. Rabbi Yisroel Goldstein faces a maximum sentence of five…

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For Fear of Learning an Inconvenient Truth: Third-Party Liability in Fraudulent Trading | Latham & Watkins LLP | #employeefraud | #recruitment | #corporatesecurity | #ceo | #business | #security

Parties within a chain of transactions may face liability for dishonesty and assistance, even if they do not have actual knowledge of fraud. The recent judgment in Bilta (UK) Limited (in liquidation) & ors v. NatWest Markets plc & Anor [2020] EWHC 546 (Ch) provides a timely illustration of how…

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The new normal – have the fundamentals of data security and encryption changed for Australian businesses? | #corporatesecurity | #ceo | #business | #security

The new normal – have the fundamentals of data security and encryption changed for Australian businesses? While I’m sitting working from home (or at least trying to), watching businesses rise/fall and adapt, how do the once predictable trends in data security and encryption evolve and meet the challenges presented by…

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New approaches to biometrics and digital ID systems in Africa considered to achieve universal coverage | #fraudprevention | #corporatefraud | ceo | #ceo | #business | #security

Though efforts to deliver identity to all people in Africa through biometrics and other digital technologies have been stopped in their tracks by the COVID-19 crisis, lessons from the pandemic may ultimately help the continent reach its identity-for-all goals, according to an analysis of  ID4Africa’s recent webinar series. “The Impact…

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MA Files Suit Against Uber, Lyft On Rider Status | #employeefraud | #recruitment | #corporatesecurity | #ceo | #business | #security

Share Tweet Share Share Share Print Email Massachusetts is the second state to declare that Uber and Lyft drivers should be deemed employees under state wage and hour laws, the Attorney General’s Office announced on Tuesday (July 14).  Attorney General Maura Healey’s Fair Labor Division has filed suit for declaratory…

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Conman who posed as a bank employee to trick Fulwood couple out of their home must pay back £300,000 | #employeefraud | #recruitment | #corporatesecurity | #ceo | #business | #security

Syed Bhukari A conman who posed as a bank employee to defraud an elderly Fulwood couple out of their home and life savings has been told to pay back more than £300,000 or face another three years in jail. Advertisement Syed Bhukari, 38, splashed out on business class flights, luxury…

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