Canadian Firms Launch Marketing Initiative Against Fraud

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Moore North America Inc., Lake Forest, IL, has announced a major marketing initiative with KPMG Investigation and Security Inc. (ISI), Toronto, and Counterfeit & Forgery Prevention Inc. (C&FPI), Ottawa, in pursuit of helping business customers combat fraud.


According to a recent research and investigation survey exploring white collar crime and fraud commissioned by KMPG, more than 40 percent of today's fraud is committed by people inside of companies. Banking crimes were cited as being among the most common.


Tony Petrucci, director of security products marketing for Moore, said the FBI has estimated check fraud in the United States to cost businesses at least $15 billion dollars. He said through the security services that KPMG ISI and C&FPI now offer, Moore is poised to provide a complete offering of security products to its customers. He said "customers have asked us to help reduce the risk of security breaches prior to an incident or after one has taken place and these services will help us to do so."


Moore is a international security organization specializing in business document and digital print supplier systems based on individualized customer needs.
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