The Flesh Company Releases New White Paper: "Risk Analysis in Document Security"
The Flesh Company, St. Louis, has released a new white paper for distributors discussing risk analysis as it applies to document security printing and applications. The paper provides a "best practices" approach to the process of performing a risk analysis for a client. Check fraud, identity theft and brand fraud are just a few of the areas where criminals copy, alter or counterfeit documents.
"Check fraud is still around, however, I.D. theft and brand theft now surpass check fraud as the largest loss in dollars due to fraud in the USA," said Roger Buck, CDC, marketing director/new product development for The Flesh Company. "Clients may or may not know the number of attacks that occur within their company or what those attacks can cost. Performing a risk analysis can shed some light on the potential threats."
Also included in the white paper is a questionnaire which can be used to help open a discussion with a client regarding document security. Many times clients are reluctant to divulge information on attacks as they feel it may affect customer perception or, in some cases, they are embarrassed to admit fraud attacks have occurred. The questionnaire is designed to help initiate that discussion. A copy of the white paper can be downloaded at www.fleshco.com/whitepapers.