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  • aspect
  • Using his twenty-plus years of experience, Dave walks through every aspect of detecting fraud with a computer from the genesis of the act to the mining of data for its traces and its ultimate detection. (wiley.com)
  • layered approach
  • This paper summarizes a presentation at the 2012 Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) Annual Conference in Orlando, FL, where Dan Barta and David Stewart of SAS called for a more holistic approach to fraud detection than the silo systems in use today -- a layered approach with controls at multiple levels across the organization, with network analysis to reveal links among entities and uncover fraudulent behavior that would otherwise go undetected. (sas.com)
  • smarter
  • Help your procurement shop make smarter, more efficient agency buys, while ensuring that taxpayer money is spent appropriately from both a compliance (acquisition goals, regulatory and statutory requirements) and legal (e.g., no fraud, waste or abuse) perspective. (sas.com)
  • Geographical spread Nature of business (Smart cards…smarter frauds) Sarkari Paisaa…hamara adhikaar. (slideplayer.com)
  • fraudsters
  • Governments need to become as sophisticated in their use of technology as fraudsters are, and they need technologies that can adapt quickly to the ever-changing nature of how fraud is committed. (sas.com)
  • Compliance
  • To this end, Ohel maintains a compliance program and strives to educate our work force on fraud and abuse laws, including the importance of submitting accurate claims and reports to the Federal and State governments. (ohelfamily.org)
  • To assist Ohel in meeting its legal and ethical obligations, any employee who reasonably suspects or is aware of the preparation or submission of a false claim or report or any other potential fraud, waste, or abuse related to a Federally or State funded health care program is required to report such information to his/her supervisor or Ohel's compliance officer. (ohelfamily.org)
  • audits
  • Close the tax gap by improving audits and investigations through prediction of tax fraud and noncompliance, and finding suspicious activity quickly. (sas.com)
  • occurs
  • CoreLogic reported fraud occurs once in every 53 short sale transactions and has, since reporting this data, launched its own technology platform to monitor the estimated 400,000 short sales taking place in 2010. (housingwire.com)
  • potential
  • Therefore, more up- to- date research into the perceptions and potential solutions is crucial in order to improve routine organisational tasks and counter-fraud strategies. (forensicfocus.com)
  • These constituencies, as well as boards of directors, trustees, and audit and other committees charged with governance, are all seeking greater transparency and accountability from management regarding the integrity and effectiveness of an organization's internal controls, including how management addresses the potential that fraud will subvert the achievement of its objectives. (eisneramper.com)
  • While no control activity can stop a person who is determined to commit a fraud from doing so, a strong control environment, combined with an understanding of the incentives to commit fraud, acts as a form of preventive control against fraud by making the potential perpetrator assess the high risk of getting caught. (eisneramper.com)
  • An integrated workflow enables you to analyze data from multiple sources to detect potential fraud in near-real time, preventing improper payments before they go out. (sas.com)
  • organization
  • Special thanks are owing to Elaine Minkler, President, United Council on Welfare Fraud (UCOWF), Betty Apt, Atlanta Region, Office of the Inspector General, and the directorship and members of the UCOWF organization. (camacdonald.com)
  • Ohel Children's Home and Family Services, Inc. ("Ohel") is committed to complying with the requirements of Section 6032 of the Federal Deficit Reduction Act of 2005 and to preventing and detecting any fraud, waste, or abuse in its organization. (ohelfamily.org)
  • As an organization, Ohel commits itself to investigate any suspicions of fraud, waste, or abuse swiftly and thoroughly and requires all employees to assist in such investigations. (ohelfamily.org)
  • data
  • Using his twenty-plus years of experience, Dave walks through every aspect of detecting fraud with a computer from the genesis of the act to the mining of data for its traces and its ultimate detection. (wiley.com)
  • risk
  • In this regard, a variety of transaction control activities can be selected and developed to address fraud risk, which in its basic form includes such actions as authorizations and approvals, verifications, reconciliations, and restrictions (physical controls and technology access controls). (eisneramper.com)
  • In operation, a perpetrator who has obtained a calling card product, i.e., the physical calling card or the calling card number itself, and attempts to terminate a calling card call to a predefined international destination that is considered high fraud risk, will first default to an manual operator or automated response unit (operator). (google.com)
  • process
  • The present invention is directed to a call intercept process (CIP) that functions to intercept callers calling for a first time to predefined high fraud countries, in order to verify the identity of the caller. (google.com)
  • time
  • Furthermore, as fraud is ever changing and becoming more sophisticated over time, to keep up with this development more up to date research into this area is essential. (forensicfocus.com)
  • Introduction of Surveillance and Prevention of H1N1 Flu in Yunnan Department of Public Health of Yunnan Province Speaker : Hu Shou Jing Report Time : Fifteen. (slideplayer.com)
  • systems
  • He is a past president of the Institute of Internal Auditors in South Africa, was the founding regional director of the Southern African Region of the IIA-Inc., and is a member of both the Information Systems Audit and Control Association and the American Institute of Certified Fraud Examiners (South African Chapter). (wiley.com)
  • technology
  • A complete text that first explains how one prevents and detects fraud regardless of technology and then shows how by automating such procedures, the examiners' powers become superhuman. (wiley.com)
  • Your customers will be provided a seamless user experience during their online banking sessions while being protected by industry-leading fraud technology. (ibm.com)
  • appear
  • Since the private sector (more specifically finance sectors) are the economic sector most affected by fraud, it would appear that a key area of research is missing. (forensicfocus.com)