Treasury and finance departments are under attack from sophisticated cybercriminals who increasingly use business email compromise, or BEC scams, to steal from organizations. So what happens if your treasury and finance department is BEC scammed? Michael S. Kim, co-founder of the global law firm Kobre & Kim, spoke with AFP Conversations host Ira Apfel. Kim regularly serves as lead counsel in high-stakes international financial disputes and criminal investigations. He has successfully retrieved funds that were stolen by hackers working overseas. Kim explains what treasury and finance executives should -- and should not -- do in the event of a BEC scam. Read more from Kim and about preventing BEC scams. Ed. Note: Apologies for the imperfect sound quality on this one. Sorry about that!