Thieves are sophisticated and evolve with technology quickly. They are very entrepreneurial and stick with old cons and incorporate new ones as needed.
Fraud is ubiquitous, almost all organizations have been victims at one time or another, even if they don’t formally admit it. Fraud is increasing every year, and declining economic environments while creating unique risk for government. Since the increasing appearance of e-payment fraud is by leaps and bounds; strategies for preventing, combating and controlling them must also be more sophisticated.Therefore, knowledge of new ideas and latest development in e-payment fraud prevention and control is essential for all auditors and accountants.
This is the raison d’etre for this conference.
Participants will be exposed to several areas of e-payments, e-auditing, such as the concept of e-payment and electronic funds transfer, e-payment/e-audit entities, transaction flow and architecture, Protection Against Electronic Fraud:. Case studies are included.
The programme will cover the following:
How the economic downturn may impact fraud, and in particular, e-paymentfraud threats within your organization
How and why e-payment fraud threats are changing – the shifting landscape ofe-payment fraud
What you can do to protect your organization
What you can learn from financial institutions as key partners in fighting fraud