Inside Job at Clinics: Mobile Phone Used for Fraud

June 3, 2020

Inside Job at Clinics: Mobile Phone Used for Fraud

A former administrative employee of a medical marijuana clinic and several other clinics was recently sentenced to serve time in federal prison after pleading guilty to identity theft and wire fraud. The case illustrates the potential risks posed by employees inappropriately using personal devices - a risk that could potentially be heightened with more staffers working at home during the COVID-19 crisis.

David Holtzman, Executive Advisor at CynergisTek, contributes this article, which focuses on the potential risks posed by employees inappropriately using personal devices (e.g., cell phones) – heightened with more staffers working at home during the pandemic.

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