The 2022 Treasury Fraud and Controls Survey recently closed, with respondents providing valuable data on multiple elements impacting fraud and security. Practitioners were polled on their experiences with fraud in the past year and on the range of controls, safeguards, and security practices employed to protect their financial assets and information. The results will highlight and discuss some of the key findings from this year’s research, such as the following:

Fraud experience (frequency of attacks, source of attacks, and method of attack)

Security practises employed (both human & technological)

Cyber risk management and data protection policies

Investments in security & fraud prevention technology

Bank account management & compliance practises

"62% of respondents see the shift to faster or real-time payments as a potential risk"

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