Customer, vendor and supplier risks are always concerns to executives. The responsibility of minimizing risk and fraud sits with internal auditors, investigators and compliance, all of whom have an array of duties depending upon the business applications of their roles. Wherever this function sits within your organization, you could be relying on either using Excel-based, ad-hoc manual processes or proactive, automated control mechanisms with risk and fraud scheme detection capability that prioritizes risk, error and abuse. Continuous monitoring of anomalies in procurement and supplier due diligence processes reveal potential problems, including data issues and process breaches, and help focus the efforts of audit and other investigative staff. In this webinar, you will explore best practices in modern technology that take data, discovery and deployment through an analytics life-cycle approach for more accurate decision making. You Will Learn How To:
Operationalize your fraud risk governance policies Assess fraud risk using analytical and contextual risk scoring Leverage workflows for conducting investigations Monitor and evaluate the total fraud risk management program
Speaker:John Stultz Government Fraud Solutions Specialist Security Intelligence, SAS
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