Rethink your ethics strategy: Int’l Fraud Awareness Week 2018

Today, most emerging markets are battling volatility as a result of trade wars, inflation, fluctuations in currency and oil prices, fears around the stock market and geopolitical instability. Economic development continues to see an uptick but a sense of caution still prevails. The current risk scenario is almost a test of resilience for many global … More Rethink your ethics strategy: Int’l Fraud Awareness Week 2018

Occupational fraud continues to escalate – ACFE Report 2018

Fraud poses a tremendous risk and threat to organizations of all types and sizes, acting as a roadblock in their journey toward rapid growth. Among the various kinds of fraud that corporates face today, occupational fraud is likely the largest and most prevalent. To understand how occupational fraud is committed, detected, who commits it and … More Occupational fraud continues to escalate – ACFE Report 2018

Building robust fraud investigation teams through benchmarking

Organizations across the globe have been using benchmarking data to evaluate their performance, structure and operations as compared to those of their peers. Thus, benchmarking grew into a leading industry practice to assess performance, proficiently use resources, detect knowledge gaps and identify areas for improvement. To understand trends among internal fraud investigation professionals, The Association … More Building robust fraud investigation teams through benchmarking

e-Crime, an increasingly sophisticated menace to businesses and consumers

When “everything is becoming digital,” private, public, and civil institutions become more dependent on information systems and more vulnerable to cybercrime. To fully derive the value inherent in technological innovation, a robust and co-ordinated system is essential to effectively mitigate the risks of cyber-attacks. But what needs to be done? And how can it be … More e-Crime, an increasingly sophisticated menace to businesses and consumers