Fraud prevention: a question of ethics

This paper is abridged from a presentation originally delivered to the ACFE/IIA Luxembourg chapter meeting in September 2020. It also forms part of a series of Sionic Fraud Talks running during 2020.

What really drives different fraudsters – and how can firms outpace the sophistication of “well-organised crime”? This paper and the accompanying Sionic Fraud Talks webinar series explore the connection between ethics and fraud prevention. We discuss the links between how experts, customers and fraudsters behave and look at the psychology of criminal fraudsters, in order to suggest how best we can defend ourselves, our firms and our clients against attack.

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With over 20 years’ experience, I am a fraud specialist equipped with the skills to protect financial institutions, banks and their customers from attack