Prevent Fraud by Segregating Roles

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Prevent Fraud by Segregating Roles
February
15
Date:
February 15
Time:
11:00 AM
Time zone:
America/New_York
Duration:
1h

In this webinar we show you step by step how to identify and manage fraud risks presented by access in multi-application business processes.

As organizations embrace a best-of-breed system/application strategy to run their business, their business-critical ecosystem becomes increasingly complex. It is now common for multi-step processes to start in one system or application and end in another.

When transactional authority is granted to the same person, the risk of undetected fraud increases. People have multiple roles in different systems, which provides further challenges with segregation of duties and the assignment of roles. 

Join us for a deep dive into these challenges as we review the best practices to help prevent fraud by segregating roles across business systems and applications.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the challenges of multi-application business processes
  • Define key aspects of proper segregation of duties in a multi-application ecosystem
  • Outline key steps to reduce the opportunity for fraud even as job functions and tasks change or shift


Speakers:

  • Frank Vukovits, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Fastpath
  • Carole Switzer, Co-Founder and President, OCEG


Additional Information:

Field of Study: Management Services

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Preparation: None

Program Level: Basic

Delivery Method: Group Internet Based

CPE Credit Notice

This is a group internet-based event for NASBA authorized continuing education credit. OCEG webinars are free for anyone to attend, but only Attendees who have an OCEG All Access Pass will receive a Certificate of Completion for the webinar indicating 1 hour of CPE credit.

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