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Telephone Hacker Fraud Security Systems.

A comprehensive look at the growing problem of toll fraud is provided by Telephone Hacker Fraud Security Systems. Starting with the background of toll fraud and continuing through protection methods, product profiles, and market analysis, the book provides the reader with everything he or she should know to curb risks.

The authors offer valuable insights regarding who must pay for toll fraud and who is liable for its occurrence. The book also includes an update on products and services that can help avoid toll fraud problems.

The publication is both well written and organized, making it easy to use and an excellent reference tool. It provides valuable basic information and describes methods that help minimize and control toll fraud.

Reviewer: Joseph T. Dowdy is a special agent for GTE Security Services in Mechanicsville, Virginia. He is a member of the ASIS Standing Committee on Telecommunications Security.
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Author:Dowdy, Joseph T.
Publication:Security Management
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Jan 1, 1994
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