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Stolen Personally Identifiable Information Being Used to Apply for Remote Work and WFH Positions!

The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint (IC3) Center has released an alert entitled “Deepfakes and Stolen PII Utilized to Apply for Remote Work Positions,” in which it describes the latest fraud attempts. Specifically targeting remote positions within tech companies, the warning claims “Complaints report the use of voice spoofing, or potentially voice deep fakes, during online […]


Impersonation During Interviews. How Are You Protecting Your Company?

Remote work has become commonplace since the start of the pandemic and with that has come a new risk: impersonation. Happening more often in the IT industry, the rise in impersonation has been occurring during virtual interviews and automation and the decrease in personal interaction with HR is a big part of the problem. Falsification […]


Desperate Employers and Remote Hiring: A Recipe for Candidate Fraud?

Technology is at the center of today’s remote hiring process, which has opened employers up to more opportunities to be the victim of fraud. More and more businesses are introducing job-matching technologies for recruiting and more than one-third are offering both in-person and virtual interviewing, according to HireVue’s Global Trends Report. Technology can also help […]


BioID Shares Encouraging Research on Deepfakes and Biometric Liveness Detection with EAB

Although deepfake images and videos pose a significant threat to biometric systems used for remote identity verification, liveness technologies can help detect them. At a recent presentation hosted by the European Association for Biometrics (EAB), Ann-Kathrin Freiberg of BioID touched on basic tips for spotting deepfake videos, such as observing the transition between different areas […]


Deepfakes and Stolen PII Utilized to Apply for Remote Work Positions

The FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has issued a warning of an increase in complaints reporting the use of deepfakes and stolen Personally Identifiable Information (PII) when applying for a variety of remote work and work-at-home positions. Scammers are particularly focused on work in information technology and computer programming, database, and software-related job functions. […]


FBI Warning: Crooks are Using Deepfakes to Apply to Remote Tech Jobs

According to a warning issued by the FBI, scammers and criminals are using deepfakes and stolen personally identifiable information during online interviews for remote roles, particularly in technology-related fields. Reports to the agency’s Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) have included the use of voice deepfakes during online interviews with potential applicants, but victims have also […]


FBI Warns of ‘Deepfakes,’ Stolen ID in Applications for Remote Work

Deepfakes, which include a video, an image, or a recording convincingly altered and manipulated to misrepresent someone as doing or saying something that was not done or said, is the latest topic in a warning issued by the FBI. The agency is receiving an increase in complaints about the use of deep fakes and stolen […]


The FBI Says Fake Job Applicants Are on the Prowl. How Can HR Protect Itself?

Fraud is nothing new in the United States, but fraud related to the remote-work revolution is worth exploring. According to the FBI, fraudsters are using deep fake technology to hide their identity during the video interview process with the intention of securing the position and gaining access to sensitive customer and client information. Businesses can […]


Why Firms Fall Prey to Dishonest Job Seekers

According to Mr. Kannan Chettiar, managing director Avvanz, fake educational qualifications are on the rise globally. The company has, in fact, seen a 10 percent year-on-year increase in education discrepancies over the last three years. Chettiar wonders if the pandemic-induced recession has been to blame, with more job seekers submitting fake degrees to secure jobs. […]


The Pinocchio Factor is Alive and Well with Job Applicants

According to Checkster, an alarming 78 percent of applicants misrepresent themselves and 66 percent of hiring managers are willing to accept these lapses in ethics. Specifically, 60 percent of applicants claim mastery in skills they have basic knowledge of and 50 percent reported working at some jobs longer in order to omit an employer. In […]




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