Rapid digitization, increased connectivity, new content delivery platforms and the consumption of on-demand video content have unlocked exponential value in the media and entertainment (M&E) industry. However, it has also become vulnerable to various risks including digital fraud, cyber breaches, phishing, spoofing, information leaks (including unreleased media content and original programming), data privacy, illegal streaming, piracy … More Raising the security bar around ‘content’
Emerging markets have experienced significant change and burgeoning development over the last five years, becoming economic powerhouses and stimulating global growth. However, changing regulations and increased enforcement are altering the risk landscape. Organizations must face these challenges head-on: while emerging markets offer immense promise and abundant opportunities, the ever-present risks of fraud, bribery and corruption … More Understanding risk vectors: an emerging markets perspective
The global risk landscape has undergone a sea change over the last few decades. For businesses, the risks emanating from fraud can not only threaten the very existence of the organization but continue to increase in quantum and complexity. There has also been a considerable shift in the type of fraud perpetrated, from larceny and … More The evolution of fraud: then and now
An influx of emerging technologies such as analytics, automation and artificial intelligence (including chatbots) has altered advertisers’ strategy. Digital mediums have surpassed traditional ones, forming a significant chunk of advertising budgets. As per an EY report, Reimaging India’s M&E sector, advertisers in India have shifted spends to digital, that contributes to 17% to the total … More Click fraud: a bane of contention in the digital ad ecosystem
Businesses today are operating in an era of dynamic models, digital innovation, rising regulations and enforcement. Today, the integrity of an organization has become an important driver and successful organizations should depend on their reputation for keeping promises, respecting laws and behaving ethically to maintain stakeholder trust.
Travel and expense fraud probably remains one of the oldest, overlooked and most pervasive types of white-collar crime. Unclear guidelines or low awareness of this fraud can impact corporates adversely, and result in billions of dollars of revenue loss each year.
For as long as there has been business, there has been fraud. However, the level of sophistication and magnitude of fraud perpetration has evolved considerably over the last decade even as petty corruption continues to occur in less conspicuous manners. Of the many forms that fraud can take, insider and third-party threats such as management … More Financial goals and ethical conduct: not a trade-off