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The Basic of Preventing Fraud

Does your organization have a strategy to fight fraud? Since the risks of fraud cannot be underestimated, it is not enough just to detect and investigate fraud. Fraud can never be eliminated from business entirely, simply because collusion can always overcome normal organizational controls. To combat fraud, an organization needs...

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Digital Forensics to Prevent Data Theft

One of the unwanted things about departing employees is that they leave with the company’s valuable data and intellectual property. Studies show that half of departing employees leave with confidential company information — either deliberately or unintentionally. Though there are several factors that motivate employees to steal company’s data, financial...

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Common Fraud in Small Businesses

Small businesses are vulnerable to fraud because they lack the resources to implement complete systems of internal controls and properly manage accounting duties among their limited staffs. This often leads to accounting personnel who is tasked with completely inappropriate job functions that provide easy opportunities for committing financial frauds. Furthermore,...

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Integrity Asia in 2017 NAPBS Annual Conference

Integrity Asia attended the 2017 National Association of Professional Background Screeners (NAPBS) Annual Conference that was held on 17-19 September in Orlando, Florida. This year’s theme was “Creating Magical Connections” and featured a keynote session “Lessons in Leadership, Management, and Customer Service. YOU can create Disney Magic Too!” The conference offered...

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Umrah Scam in the World’s Largest Muslim Populated Country

According to Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), a Ponzi scheme is an illegal business practice, in which a new investor’s money is used to make payments to previous investors. Typical Ponzi schemes will require an initial investment and promise a large profit with little to no risk. To gain...

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Indonesia’s Battle with Counterfeit Medicine

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), counterfeit medicine is a medicine that has been deliberately and deceitfully labeled in order to mislead users over its identity and/or origins. In Indonesia, the Minister of Health of Indonesia through MoH Decree No. 1010/2008 defines counterfeit medicines as drugs which are manufactured...

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Corporate Corruption and Whistleblowing in Indonesia

Fraud risk is universally faced by all size of organizations. Unfortunately, these threats often come from dishonest people who have been hired by the companies to carry out their businesses. According to a 2016 fraud survey conducted by the Association of Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Indonesia Chapter and White Collar Crime...

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Whistleblowing System to Prevent Fraud

Fraud, unethical behaviors, or dishonest activities within a company cannot be avoided completely. However, they can be minimized when it provides a formal reporting policy such as a whistleblowing system for all employees. This will help the company to be well-informed on fraudulent activities inside and prevent its employees or...

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Whistleblowing Case: Toshiba’s Fraud Scandal

The history of Toshiba Corporation can be traced from 1875 when it built its first factory in Tokyo to accommodate the government’s needs of modernization. Throughout its long history including surviving the World War II and several economic crises, Toshiba rapidly increased in sales and expanded its unique and innovative...

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