Monthly Archives - April 2022

A closer look at investigator activities

Written by Sam Brown and Gini Graham Scott, Private Eyes: What Private Investigators Really Do basically tells how detectives or investigators carry out their daily work. This book was written based on interviews with eight private investigators with different specializations. The interviews include, among other things, what they specialize in,...

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desktop investigation

The power of desktop investigation

A successful investigation is not just about the results, but how it is efficiently and accurately done. Just like any other project, an investigation begins with planning to understand the scope and activities that need to be undertaken. The important component of planning is desktop investigation. In simplest forms, desktop investigation...

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fraud in life insurance

Application fraud in life insurance

There are many types of fraud in insurance, including false claims, forgeries, bogus policies, and the most prevalent, application fraud, which involves giving the insurance company false information when applying for a policy. How the fraud works Application fraud occurs when fraudsters hide their preexisting medical condition with the hope of getting...

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human rights due diligence

EU Human Rights Due Diligence proposal and its impact on non EU companies

From the cases of child slavery, underpaid workers to violations of the indigenous communities’ rights, business-related violations of human rights have persisted unabated around the globe. If you recall, “Sexy Killers,” the controversial documentary that sparked nationwide debate in 2019, best showed how the interests of businesses eroded human rights...

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counterfeit products customs recordation

Tackling counterfeit products through customs recordation

In 2018, The Indonesian Government published a new regulation regarding the Customs recordal system. Ministerial Regulation No. 40/PMK.04/2018 implements Government Regulation No. 20 of 2017 on Controls of Import and Export of Goods under 2006 Customs Law. The regulation took effect on 16 June 2018 and started its operation on 21...

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whsitleblowing

Whistleblowing systems and the development of anti corruption regulation in Thailand

Fraud, most notably corruption and bribery, has been a persistent threat to organizations worldwide, wreaking havoc on each country's political and economic systems. Thailand is one of the countries that has long suffered from fraud. Being aware of the involvement of private sectors in many cases of public corruption and bribery,...

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conflict of interest

Delve into social engineering

The Twitter accounts of Elon Musk, former President Obama, and President Biden were hacked in 2020 to push sales of cryptocurrency. Based on the book entitled “Social engineering: The Art of Human Hacking,” these incidents are real-life examples of human beings being the weakest point of security infrastructure. No one,...

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