Technology enables and weak controls fuel the fraud

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Anti-fraud controls (such as internal audit, suspicious managers and co-workers, and antifraud processes) are not strong enough, and the problem is growing. KPMG’s survey of 750 fraudsters worldwide found that weak internal controls were a contributing factor in no less than three quarters of them. There was a sizeable jump in the proportion of fraudsters who saw an opportunity that presented itself due to weak controls, compared with the previous survey in 2013.

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