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Because of worldwide laws, hotline-reporting programs are ubiquitous. But many fail because employees don’t trust them. Here’s how to ensure you have a quality system that concerned employees will use without fear of retribution.
A major finding of this study is that contrary to public opinion data breaches have hit organizations of all sizes and in every type of industry. Nobody is safe. Immunize your employees to prevent the insidious infections.
Cybercrime and identity theft have evolved into a sophisticated global economy. Perpetrators use the anonymity provided by digital currency and the internet to hide themselves, their criminal acts and their gains. This nine-year cybercrime investigation case illustrates one of the few law enforcement successes in fighting these crimes.
The leak of the huge cache of offshore data in the Panama Papers reveals decades-old shell companies — many of which fraudsters have used to launder money and hide crimes. How can fraud examiners use the data? Will the revelations cause governments to overcompensate with overbearing regulations?
Alexandra Wrage, founder and president of TRACE International and a former member of FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee, shares her thoughts on last year’s FIFA scandals, the recent release of the Panama Papers and the keys to tackling global corruption through anti-bribery and corruption compliance support.
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Steven Weisman, J.D., Professor at Bentley University, explains ways to combat the challenges of fighting identity theft, who the criminals are and how to create a more secure password.
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