Free Staff Fraudscape Breakfast Briefing: 4 April 2013

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HireRight is pleased to be hosting the launch of this year’s CIFAS Staff Fraudscape report on Thursday 4th April, 8.30-10.30am, at The Hub – Westminster in London.

Compiled from information shared by CIFAS members in the Staff Fraud Database, the Staff Fraudscape report gives a clear picture of the fraud landscape in the UK.

The event is free to attend and, as well as providing a fascinating insight into staff fraud trends, there will be a number of short presentations focused on other highly topical staff fraud related issues. This will also be a fantastic networking opportunity for senior fraud professionals and journalists.

Presentations include:

– Fraudscape Analysis and Highlights: Arjun Medhi, Staff Fraud Operations Manager at CIFAS – The UK’s Fraud Prevention Service, will provide delegates with an up-to-date insight into the trends emerging through analysis of the data held on the Staff Fraud Database.

– The Insider Threat – Genuine or Scaremongering?: Rob Brooker, Fraud Manager at Transport for London, will present an overview of the impact of staff fraud, including some interesting case studies.

– The True Cost of Staff Fraud: Professor Mark Button, Director of the Centre for Counter Fraud Studies at the University of Portsmouth recently undertook a study (commissioned by CIFAS) to uncover the true impact of Staff Fraud on organisations in the UK. Mark will present a brief overview of the study as a preview to the full report being released in May.

– Vetting Solutions – Screening trends and challenges for an internationally mobile workforce: Dan Shoemaker, Senior Managing Director, HireRight, will highlight best practice available to organisations through effective staff vetting.

– Q & A Panel Session

Places at this event are limited, and allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you would like to attend, please click here to register.

 


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