Whatever platform you’ve made your online home on, one thing is certain: plenty of people take social media safety less seriously than they should. They post, share, and retweet without considering their privacy.
Employee fraud is common phenomena in most organizations. Majority of employers usually ignore the basis of conducting thorougher continuous due diligence on current employees and the newly contracted thus ending up incurring huge loses. Here is what you should know and consider.
Fraud Manifests itself in may different forms. Here is what you need to know about Security Fraud.
Speed is important, but speed without a good targeting solution can be disastrous.- Admiral Arleigh Burke in World War II
Lean is an approach that seeks to streamline both manufacturing and transactional processes by eliminating waste and optimizing flow while continuing to deliver value to customers.Here are the 8 lean wastes that you should know.
Do you have an idea on how to conduct background-checks on your employees before hiring them? A good corporate should always conduct an employment screening process by doing a comprehensive background check on each and every applicant without being bias.
According to the international standard on auditing (ISA) 240, the auditor’s responsibility relating to fraud requires the auditor to maintain an attitude of professional skepticism, notwithstanding the auditors past experiences about honesty and integrity of management and those charged with governance.
Are you able to improve risk management strategies within your organization? The following are ways in which you can improve risk management strategies within your organization and the importance.
Are you aware of the biggest cyber-security threats that your organization faces or may face? By being aware of the biggest cyber risks, an organization can go a long way in preventing potential attacks.
Did you know that only 3% of cases do not involve any attempt to conceal fraud? All of these unconcealed cases are either committed by owners/executives.