Thursday June 4, 2020

Gillian Nelis on business

With internal fraud becoming a growing problem for companies, a conference last week shed some interesting light on the matter

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor

23rd September, 2018
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How long do you think it would take you to notice if a member of your staff was defrauding your company? A month, or maybe three months at most? Think again. It takes an average of 18 months for companies to become aware of a fraud, and in a worst-case scenario it can take years.

I learned this last week when Laurent Colombant from the data analytics firm SAS addressed a conference in Dublin on internal...

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