Increasing the Perception of Detection: See Inside the Mind of a Perpetrator
Many internal controls currently attempt to stop the actions of potential fraudsters. But let's explore the importance of interrupting the very thought process of a perpetrator. Through this eye-opening presentation, learn how a potential fraudster develops the plan to commit fraud and discover innovative ways to stop these plans early in the development stage. The primary goal of this course is to introduce cost-effective processes that “Increase the Perception of Detection”-- the number one internal control that can be implemented in any organization.
Business Email Compromise
Business Email Compromise has increased almost 50% since the beginning of the pandemic. Because of the shifts in workplace location and reassignment of duties, organizations are incredibly vulnerable. Simple social engineering, spear-phishing, phishing, and other Man-in-the-Middle attacks are getting large dollar amounts incredibly quickly. Understand how these types of fraud are happening and learn some valuable tactics for protecting your business.
Pandemic Response: Updating Internal Controls to Deter Fraud
Every person alive rationalizes their own behavior. Potential fraudsters rationalize why committing internal fraud is right for them. We have seen the motivations of rationalization shift dramatically because of the pandemic environment. In this course, learn about the shift we are seeing and understand new ways to defend your organization and its employees against the devastation of internal fraud.