About This Course
Who this course is for:
- Business owners
- Senior managers in business
- Students of business management
- Managers and supervisors
What you’ll learn:
- The meaning and nature of business fraud
- The variable nature of people’s honesty and how that can tip into fraud
- The personality types of people who commit business fraud
- The elements of an anti-fraud culture
- The steps required to guard against internet fraud
- The elements of a fraud risk management strategy
- The sanctions available against those committing fraud
- How to develop an anti-fraud policies, fraud response plans, a whistleblowing policy and anti-bribery policy for an organisation
- No prior knowledge is required to take this course
Business fraud is a significant, and growing problem. Hardly a day goes by without news reports of organisations being hacked or having their data hijacked. Phishing scams and ID theft are also serious threats to businesses.
According to data produced by Accenture, 43% of cyber attacks are aimed at small or medium sized organisations, but only 14% of those organisations are well protected. Around 60% of successful internet fraud cases are the result of phishing emails, and 30% of cases result from ID theft. These two approaches are increasingly being combined in business internet fraud.
The aim of this course is to help managers in small or medium sized organisations understand the fraud risk that they face, and to take action to mitigate the risk. The course covers frauds risks, creating an anti-fraud culture and developing a fraud risk management strategy. The course comes with a fraud risk mini-audit and sample anti-fraud policies, and related policy documents.
The best way to prevent fraud is to have clear anti-fraud policies and procedures which all staff understand, and which are rigorously enforced; coupled with an open, communicative environment, where staff feel safe and supported to question actions and raise concerns. To help your organisation put these elements in place, this course has five parts:
- Part 1: What is Fraud and Who Commits it?
- Part 2: Creating an Anti-Fraud Culture
- Part 3: Fraud Risk Management
- Part 4: Managing Bribery Risk
- Part 5: Appendices with sample anti-fraud policies, fraud response plans, a whistleblowing policy and anti-bribery policy.
I hope you find the course helpful.
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to prevent fraud in your organisation.
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|Section 1 - What Is Fraud And Who Commits Fraud?|
|What Is Fraud?||00:00:00|
|The Variable Nature Of Honesty||00:00:00|
|Section 2 - Creating An Anti-Fraud Culture|
|Creating An Anti-Fraud Culture||00:00:00|
|Internet Fraud And Cybercrime||00:00:00|
|Section 3 - Fraud Risk Management|
|The Fraud Risk Management Strategy Part 1||00:00:00|
|The Fraud Risk Management Strategy Part 2||00:00:00|
|Sanctions For Fraud||00:00:00|
|Tips To Help Prevent Fraud||00:00:00|
|The Fraud Risk Mini-Audit||00:00:00|
|Fraud Prevention Exercises||00:00:00|
|Section 4 - Managing Bribery Risk|
|The Bribery Act 2010||00:00:00|
|The Bribery Risk Mini-Audit||00:00:00|
|Section 5 - Appendices: Sample Documentation|
|Sample Anti-Fraud Policy 1||00:00:00|
|Sample Anti-Fraud Policy 2||00:00:00|
|Sample Fraud Response Plan 1||00:00:00|
|Sample Fraud Response Plan 2||00:00:00|
|Sample Whistleblowing Policy||00:00:00|
|Sample Anti-Bribery Policy||00:00:00|