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That Urgent Email From Your Boss Could Be a Dangerous Fake

Nardello & Co. Associate Managing Director and head of the Hong Kong office, Amie Chang, is quoted in this Bloomberg Businessweek article on the dangerous increase in business email compromise fraud.

If you work for a company that does business around the world, there’s a growing kind of fraud to watch out for: “business email compromise.” Among the victims in recent years are Ferrari NV and Arrow Electronics Inc., which lost millions of dollars after employees were tricked into wiring money to Hong Kong bank accounts.read more

My firm conducts global investigations. Here’s what needs to happen for Khashoggi.

The Saudi government has finally acknowledged that the killing of Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggi in its consulate in Istanbul was premeditated. But the regime’s earlier obfuscations suggest that a truly independent assessment of what happened in this appalling murder, and who was responsible, is unlikely. A rigorous, professional and impartial investigation is needed.

The firm that I lead has conducted an independent investigation in the Middle East; we know what a successful probe in that region looks like. In 2014, we began a 10-month investigation that confirmed allegations of abusive labor practices involving the thousands of migrant workers building New York University’s Abu Dhabi campus in the United Arab Emirates. Several steps are essential for an investigation into Khashoggi’s murder that will produce a report with legitimacy in the world’s eyes.READ MORE

How the Recent Facebook Hack is Different Than Cambridge Analytica

Mark Ray, Nardello & Co.’s Head of Digital Investigations & Cyber Defense, discussed the recent Facebook hack with Bloomberg’s Emily Chang and Sarah Frier on “Bloomberg Technology.”