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Assessing Fraud Risk

Format: On-demand

This course equips internal auditors and fraud risk practitioners with a solid understanding of local and global effects of fraud in organizations. As fraud risks and fraudulent activities continue to play a role in an organization’s overall financial and reputational stability, the recognition of current trends in fraudulent acts will grant internal auditors the advantage of fostering detective and preventive measures to safeguard the integrity of a business, its shareholders, products, services, and workforce. 

In its 2020 Report to the Nations, the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) calculated that businesses lost an estimated $3.6 billion in fraud cases globally, which stresses the necessity to modernize and standardize reporting pathways to thwart risks, and fraud intents. By incorporating The IIA Standards into risk and fraud assessments, the process of maintaining a cohesive and transparent risk management engagement is streamlined for the continuation of businesses and their operations.

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