Preventing Fraud from Top to Bottom | Information Security Summit 2014

An estimated 5% of annual corporate revenues are lost each year to fraud, represented in part by computer fraud. Protection against this threat requires a strong, proactive and comprehensive, entity-wide set of policies, procedures and controls. Anti-fraud measures should include strong manual and automated controls which are designed, implemented, tested and monitored to prevent and detect fraud on a timely basis. This presentation aims to explain how organizations can integrate anti-fraud initiatives into their daily activities to:

  • Develop a system of manual and automated, preventative and detective anti-fraud internal controls
  • Proactively monitor, identify, assess and manage fraud risks
  • Creating an anti-fraud culture and fraud awareness program
  • Respond to incidents involving fraud

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