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Big T&E Fraud Cases Serve As Reminder Of The Many More Small Ones

A once prominent physician is due Dec. 4 at a medium-security prison in Otisville, N.Y., to serve a 366-day sentence for unlawfully obtaining more than…

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Posted in Risk Suppliers

Security Experts Highlight Concerns About Reservations Data As GDSs React To Vulnerabilities

Global distribution system providers this week did not contest the results of an examination by Germany-based tech security experts showing vulnerabilities in reservation systems. Security…

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ARC, TMC Exec Raise Red Flags On Ticketing Fraud

As with hacking, if it hasn’t happened to you yet, fraud will. Travel management companies can be unwitting participants in deceit. In one unsettling but…

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Uneven Chip Card Migration Will Require Awareness Programs

Corporate cards with chips finally are coming to the United States en masse. How travel departments should deal with them depends on the circumstances. Chip cards…

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Travel Coordinator Busted Using Company Points For Personal Travel

Small business programs can help companies without negotiating clout get something from travel suppliers in return for their business. But like anything else, they’re vulnerable to…

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