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Fraud Data Analytics: A Worked Example for Ghost Employee Fraud Schemes
Feb 11 Ghost employee schemes are a common fraud scheme during which there are people on the payroll who don’t work for the company in question but do collect a sala...
Conflicts of Interest
Nov 15 Conflicts of interest (COI) occur when an employee must choose between the financial interests of the company and their own personal benefit. Over the years, I&...
Expensive Expenses: Identifying Fraud in T&E
Nov 13 Expense Reports and Travel and Entertainment expenses are both common areas for fraud and challenging to find. These frauds are complex and contain a mix of pre...
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  • Are Auditors Responsible for Detecting Fraud?
    In support of Fraud Awareness Week, Audimation would like to share the most common frauds, and discuss how the fraudsters are changing the way we audit. According to the P... With the entire audit team up and running using data analytics, they are finding new ways to integrate IDEA into other areas of the business and automate repeatable processes. Nov 12
  • What’s missing is often as important as what’s present. The rules of nature apply very well to audit if you consider, “Everyone knows it, but do you test for... With the entire audit team up and running using data analytics, they are finding new ways to integrate IDEA into other areas of the business and automate repeatable processes. Jun 06
  • Apply Logic to Detect Peculiar Behavior
    When working with rows and columns of data to spot suspicious behaviors, fraud and errors can look very similar to one another. Missing information can also indicate fraud, bu... With the entire audit team up and running using data analytics, they are finding new ways to integrate IDEA into other areas of the business and automate repeatable processes. Apr 11
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