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Cyber and breach insurance coverage has become a critical security best practice for many companies. The good news is that the cost of such coverage—not long ago an exotic specialty product—has

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Cyber thieves are growing ever more sophisticated in breaching company defenses, including by exploiting employees' legitimate use of social media in today's wired business world. For controllers, a

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Of 300 security executives included in a SDR survey, only about half said their organizations have specifically addressed social media in computer use policies (see the figure below). But there are

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While many companies are increasing their IT budgets to beef up cyber security and minimize their exposure to costly breaches, many others are under the false impression that their data is safe even

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If your organization does not have a clear handle on its bribery and corruption risks, you could be leaking money through corrupt activities and exposing your organization to noncompliance penalties

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Controllers who wish to reduce the high costs of fraud would do well to look into risk-based authentication (RBA) management. “Most traditional authentication processes are inefficient and leave

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By H. David Kotz Investigations of prominent fraud cases between 2008 and 2010, led by H. David Kotz, had the goal of identifying serious lapses on the part of the Securities and Exchange Commission

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By Pam Miller, APMD While the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) was directed at public companies in the U.S., its effects are more far-reaching. Many private organizations are acting now to adopt SOX

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By Dawn Hackney, Corporate Controller, Meridien Research and Insearch Whether private or public, companies must avoid ethical and financial misconduct. Although privately held companies do not have

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Here are some articles you may find helpful in addressing potential fraud: An Unlikely Fraudster

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