Blackrock, Bank of America, Samsung, Shell, General Electric, FitBit, Ryanair, the AP7 pension fund… The list of companies victims of identity theft and financial misinformation grows every year.
The crooks behind these manipulations disseminate false information in order to influence financial markets and profit from upward or downward movements caused by their false announcement.
Financial disinformation is costly for businesses
This disinformation is costly for listed companies and their shareholders.
The risk of market manipulation by fake news has risen to fifth place in the list of priority risks for companies, according to a study by Kroll.
All the more so as this fraud in listed company information takes on various faces and is becoming more professional.
The authors sophisticated their devices by setting up, for example, a fake communications director to answer by phone or on social networks to interlocutors who seek
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