In the middle of a global pandemic, millions of Americans lost their jobs causing unemployment claims to skyrocket. The newly unemployed looked to their local unemployment insurance benefits (UIB) program to help keep them afloat.
But unfortunately states were not prepared for the flood of new claims. The expansion of unemployment coverage at the start of the pandemic and the use of legacy IT systems and archaic security solutions didn’t help.
Fraudsters took notice of the billions of dollars available and preyed on the combination of system vulnerabilities, expanded coverage and the sheer volume of claims, defrauding the nation out of millions.
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