Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting small businesses to transfer funds from accounts and steal private information, a fraud referred to as "corporate account takeover." Criminals use spoofed e-mails, malicious software and online social networks to obtain login credentials to businesses’ accounts, which they then use to make illicit transactions.
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