International Fraud Awareness Week may have wrapped for 2021, but that doesn’t mean the threat is over…not by a long shot. The annual November event, organized by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), serves as a reminder that it’s critical to maintain year-round vigilance against fraud and financial crime attacks.
In fact, a recent ACFE survey found that 71% of companies expect the level of fraud impacting their organization to steadily increase over the next year. To support ACFE’s awareness efforts, Bottomline launched a global campaign aimed at educating fraud and financial professionals.
Following is a roundup of resources to help raise awareness of the many facets of fraud. Feel free to dig into and share these articles, on-demand webinars, and podcasts - including a special fraud-focused digital magazine.
- New poll data: Insider and APP fraud need more attention
- International Fraud Awareness Week: Connecting data to the customer experience
- Yesterday’s watchlist screening tools won’t protect you against today’s risks
- International Fraud Awareness Week: Data analytics feeds anti-fraud investigations
- Digital magazine: The Bottomline on Fraud & Financial Crime
- Podcast: Getting one up on fraud and sanctions compliance
- Podcast: Developing a new payments and security mindset
- On-demand webinar: Disrupting watchlist screening with modern technologies
- Research report: 2021 Treasury Fraud & controls survey report
After all, when it comes to fraud no organization is immune to the threat, but with collaboration and sharing of knowledge, we can minimize the damage together.
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