Voice phishing fraud and its modus operandi

  title={Voice phishing fraud and its modus operandi},
  author={kwansig Choi and Julak Lee and Yong-tae Chun},
  journal={Security Journal},
Voice Phishing is an emergent crime in which victims are deceived during the course of a phone conversation. According to the crime statistics released by the Korean National Police Agency, over 4000 cases of voice phishing are committed per year and the cost per victim is over US$1000. However, because of its unique characteristics when compared with traditional fraud, few studies have been conducted on this subject. This is the first study assessing the modus operandi of voice phishing using… 
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