Fraud has become the bane of most business Organisations especially in this difficult and inclement operating environment. Fraudsters abound both internally and externally, making it imperative for any serious Organisation to protect itself form being fraud-infested. Any Organisation that fails to protect itself is inadvertently inviting corporate undertakers to move in.
Protection against internal or external fraud should no longer be left to internal auditors alone but should be the responsibility of everybody including tot management staff Accountants, Security staff, Personnel and admin managers, external forces like the police force, External auditor, Security services men ect. Infant all hands must be on deck to check the menace of fraud in the work place.
In this very important workshop, new strategies in fraud detection, prevention and control will be exhaustively explored.
Creating an Environment for Dealing with Fraud
- Fraud related challenges and danger.
- Emotional responses to fraud.
- Establishing fraud policy and response.
- Auditor’s fraud responsibility
- Why people commit fraud.
- Types and categories of fraudster.
Introduction to Fraud Detection
- How fraud surfaces.
- Five-step approach to fraud detection
- Fighting fraud right form staff recruitment stage.
- Fraud symptoms and “red flags”
- The responsibility of top management and human resource/ personnel department.
- Why auditors do not detect fraud.
- The responsibility and role of the internal security department.
Detecting Fraud in a Computerized Environment
- The fraud implications of technology
- Computer crime examples
- How to use computer audit retrieval for detection