How fraud risks are expected to increase post-pandemic
How to identify vulnerabilities and manage risks
Top challenges facing current anti-fraud programs
Why continuous internal awareness and training are paramount
How to strengthen your anti-fraud defenses
The pandemic has changed much about the business environment and operations—and our post-pandemic normal may be a maelstrom for the proliferation of fraud. As sectors of the global economy prepare to return to a post-pandemic reality, businesses need to be proactive in strengthening defenses against new fraud schemes.
The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), in collaboration with Grant Thornton U.S. LLP, conducted a global survey of anti-fraud professionals around the globe regarding the current and expected effects of COVID-19 on the fraud landscape.
The Next Normal: Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Fraud Landscapehelps business and anti-fraud professionals identify vulnerabilities, manage their risks and better prepare for the post-pandemic fraud landscape.
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