Forensic

Corporate Credit Card fraud is rising so how can we prevent it?

Corporate credit cards are not new. but, surprisingly, we are seeing a significant increase in frauds perpetrated through these cards.

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Tis the season to be jolly… Jolly cautious that is. I’ve been ‘Spoofed’ and had my data stolen

Tis the season to be jolly… Jolly cautious that is. For those of you who know me and my almost evangelical pursuit of cyber security, this may come as a…

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Is Australia doing enough to fight bribery and corruption?

Over the last five years, there has been a steady decline in many countries’ fight to end corruption, and unfortunately, Australia is one of them.

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Twas the week before Christmas, and all through the house no words were spoken, just the click of a mouse

A cautionary tale from Forensic Partner, Stan Gallo with sincere apologies to Clement Clark Moore

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The frequency illusion and why your employees are your best defence against fraud

Organisations must have a targeted strategy to help prevent and detect fraud, corruption and other misconduct says Steven Roberts

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WorkCover payments can be complex: be careful of the pitfalls when doing the right thing

Issues often arise between employee and employer due to incorrect interpretation of the Workcover legislation.

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The ethical dilemma of critical smartphone evidence

The Australian Government is currently seeking to implement new legislation to enable access to information on encrypted messaging apps and devices.

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Be alert so as not to be alarmed: scams through social media are on the rise

The ACCC has released their Targeting Scams report, which provides a wealth of information on the latest scams Australians have reported through channels like the ACORN website

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Stranger Danger: how not to get into trouble online

In today’s tech driven society, where ‘automation’ and ‘AI’ echo throughout the office, cyber based attacks are increasing.

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Down silky roads to the deep dark web – a twilight zone with no guide

The deep web, darknet, silky roads, bits of coins and chains made from blocks, the Internet is starting to become a complicated place.

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Uncharted waters, the rising tide of Australian fraud

Much attention has been given to issues like the Budget deficit and the possible impact of a Trump presidency on our economy. But there is another issue of growing concern – the rising tide of fraud in this country.

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YOU are the weakest link: where are we going wrong with cyber security in Australia?

There is no doubt that the threat of cyber crime is on the rise

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Whistleblowing: should “doing the right thing” be rewarded?

It’s no secret that whistleblowing is a risky business. Historically, whistleblowers have had little protection from reprisal and even less incentive to come forward to “do the right thing”. However,…

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