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Insider fraud – Getting security and controls right

The panel

  • Omri Kletter, Fraud and Risk Management, Global Vice-President, Bottomline
  • Chandrra Sekhaar, Managing Director, Global Head of Audit, ING
  • John Keogan, Head of Fraud Risk, Internal Fraud Prevention, Standard Chartered Bank
  • Francisco Mainez, Global Head of Analytics, Business Financial Crime Risk, Wealth and Personal Banking, HSBC
  • Moderator: Steven Marlin, Risk.net

Why are so many firms struggling to manage insider fraud? With economic volatility and the disruption of remote working, incidents are on the rise. Stemming from rogue trades through to pressures to tap into dormant accounts, the seducing factors are numerous. Hefty fines aside, the lingering effect of such events on data integrity and security, consumer trust and brand reputation is immeasurable. Even prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, insider threats were reported to be increasing, with 48% of firms indicating that incidents were on the rise within their organisations. Where are so many firms going astray?

Topics discussed in this webinar:

  • Implementing strong governance
  • Influencing a robust ethical culture
  • Rolling out rigid controls and deterrents
  • Using analytics to better manage security and controls
  • Keeping a pulse on digital sophistication
  • Developing best practices in resource management, prevention and processes
  • Offering practical tools to effectively manage internal fraud.

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