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



About The Author


Eric Vanderburg

Eric Vanderburg is an author, thought leader, and consultant. He serves as the Vice President of Cybersecurity at TCDI and Vice Chairman of the board at TechMin. He is best known for his insight on cybersecurity, privacy, data protection, and storage. Eric is a continual learner who has earned over 40 technology and security certifications. He has a strong desire to share technology insights with the community. Eric is the author of several books and he frequently writes articles for magazines, journals, and other publications.

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