Is Voice Fraud the Next Frontier for Scam Artists?

by Malachi Walker

If you have a phone, you've probably experienced one too many robocalls or phone scams. Unfortunately, talk at the RSA 2020 conference in San Francisco is pointing towards this only being the beginning. Scammers are becoming enabled with increased technology to be more impactful in the fraud they committ. Deep learning systems are already capable of creating a convincing voice.

This technology is accessable and has already resulted in one victim's loss of $17 million. Find out more about how this could impact businesses and how to reduce your own risk by reading BizTech's Bob Keaveney's article here.

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