Businesses are experiencing more, and more costly, incidents of fraud, compliance breaches and cyberattacks but are not doing enough to protect themselves, KPMG says in its 2022 Fraud Outlook report, A Triple Threat Across the Americas. The report recommends five steps companies can take to mitigate the risk of losses to this "triple threat" of dangers.
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