Conventional internal controls may be effective when it comes to the prevention of errors or deterring a potential fraud perpetrator. When someone is intent on committing fraud, however, conventional controls will do little to prevent it from occurring.
Presentation by: Mark Dauberman, CPA
Many organizations use audits to reduce their risk of asset misappropriation. Yet audits often fail to detect fraud. Are you confident your audit will identify the existence of fraud? Do you have the best controls in place to reduce your fraud risk? Gain a fresh perspective on how to spot possible fraud schemes and learn about common sense controls that are both easy to implement and highly effective for preventing fraud. Walk through real-world case studies to see how fraud has impacted other organizations and discover why no organization is truly safe from fraud. Topic of discussion include:
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