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With the Colonial Pipeline ransomware crisis still in full bloom and grabbing the collective attention of millions, one must remember that the everyday threat of payments fraud still looms for businesses across the globe. This posting at the BAI site is from a fraud exec at Bottomline Technologies and speaks to results from a recent fraud survey conducted amongst financial professionals (mostly treasury).