Running a business is hard enough when everything goes smoothly. But when you’re an entrepreneur, the unexpected happens. You need to prepare yourself for every possible situation, including fraud. Business fraud isn’t as rare as you might think. It’s important that you know how to prevent and deal with fraud if it comes your way.
An apple a day keeps the scammer away! A new scheme has been on the loose, so don’t fall for it. Cybercriminals are posing as IRS agents confusing unsuspecting people and threatening that they have unpaid taxes. These criminals tell victims that they face late penalties and will be persecuted unless they comply. What makes
Nothing gets past you. You’re familiar with fraud schemes, and you’ve taken the necessary precautions to protect yourself. But, scammers get more and more clever. It’s important to stay on top of the most recent scams so you’re aware of how your company could be targeted. Understanding these threats can save you, your employees and
Cybercrime has been an unnatural disaster for businesses everywhere in 2016. No company was too small and no industry was too well protected from the predatory practices of canny hackers. If this year is any indication of the hunger and resourcefulness with which cybercriminals continue to steal data and create mayhem, then 2017 will be
Each year, organizations around the world typically lose 5 percent of revenues to fraud. The cost is staggering: if this percentage were applied to the 2013 estimated Gross World Product, it would translate to a projected global fraud loss of nearly $3.7 trillion, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). Fortunately, there are