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  1. The Bond Buyer, “Feds Arrest Seven for Scheme to Defraud Puerto Rico City,” March 26, 2021 Back
  2. Thomson Reuters, “2020 Fraud, Waste, and Abuse Report,” 2020 Back
  3. Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, “Report to the Nations: Government Edition,” 2020 Back
  4. ibid Back
  5. Ohio Auditor of State, “Auditor Yost Releases ‘Best Practices’ to Curb Government Payroll Fraud, Fraud Against Taxpayers,” November 2, 2017 Back
  6. Office of the Washington State Auditor, “Know What to Look for to Prevent Disbursement Fraud” Back
  7. Proofpoint, “More than 80% of State Governments and Health Departments Exposed to Email Fraud Risk,” May 27, 2020 Back
  8. The Conversation, “Local Governments’ Cybersecurity Crisis in 8 Charts,” August 30, 2018 Back
  9. KnowBe4, “The Economic Impact of Cyber Attacks on Municipalities,” 2020 Back
  10. InGuardians, “Municipal Governments Battle Cyber Attacks” Back
  11. Carnegie Mellon University, “Insider Threats in State and Local Government (Part 5 of 9: Insider Threats Across Industry Sectors),” January 7, 2019 Back