Whether from a coordinated or opportunistic attack, the risk of falling prey to fraud, piracy, or abuse is increasingly common in an all-but-fully digitized world. This threat is no longer a unique concern for security and logistics professionals, as the risks for lost revenue now exist at nearly every level of business. Even those firms that previously prioritized the development of a broad anti-piracy or anti-fraud strategy find themselves subject to complex challenges that impact their bottom line. Without significant expertise and an ability to dig deep to understand all possible vulnerabilities and challenges, many industry leaders are at risk of encountering major problems as fraud, piracy, and abuse continue to evolve.

Section 1: Addressing software piracy through product and process improvements

Section 2: Addressing fraud and security risks in the supply chain

Section 3: Supporting growth by reducing fraud