In today's economic climate, who will protect your organization from the devastating effects of fraud? According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Report to the Nations, "it is estimated that typical organizations lose 5% of it's revenues to fraud each year." For business to operate effectively, it is necessary for companies to entrust their employees with company assets and responsibilities. This relationship of trust, gives the employee the "opportunity" to commit fraud against their employer.
By having a fraud prevention and detection program, it reduces your exposure to fraud, by identifying assets at risk, employees at risk and weaknesses in internal controls and policies and procedures. The benefits to you and your organization are to reduce the risk of a devastating financial loss, protection of your reputation, higher employee morale and productivity.