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Don’t let departing employees leave with valuable intellectual property. Use digital forensics in daily workflows before they resign and in exit interviews to prevent IP theft rather than potentially be involved in litigation after they’re gone.
For years, companies reported their figures under GAAP or IFRS standards. But what happens when a company commingles the GAAP/IFRS-based financial information with other performance metrics in its reports and press releases? These extra measures have no standards, and no one audits them — perfect conditions for fraud.
Organizations in every industry sector — private and public — need to step up to the plate and develop comprehensive risk management strategies that include strong ongoing data protection and security awareness programs to help protect the PII and other sensitive information of their customers, clients and employees.
In one week in June, more than 3,000 fraud fighters met in Las Vegas to fill up their tanks and charge their batteries with hours of practical anti-fraud techniques and networking with peers. And to revel in their value to the anti-fraud profession.
What happens when you fill a boardroom with highly intelligent people and ask them a few questions about fraud topics? You yield 90 minutes of insights that can’t be contained in one article. In this article, the Board of Regents discuss new frauds on the horizon, data breaches, new practices and training millennials as practitioners.
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Bethmara Kessler, CFE, Vice President of Corporate Audit at Campbell Soup Company, explains how data analysis has changed internal audit strategies and the critical skills needed for auditors to be more effective.
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