Blog Archives: Victoria Kitts

It’s common knowledge that internal controls are important for preventing and detecting fraud. Separation of duties, multiple layers of review, two check signers for large disbursements, and written policies and procedures to formalize everything; these are all good elements for a strong internal control system. But poor tone at the top can undermine the whole […]

When it comes to fraud, it is true that we live in a technological age of cyber-threats, such as ransomware and account hacking.  However, one should always remember that the opportunity to commit fraud can be as simple as not having basic internal controls. This fraud story comes to us from Brownsville, Pennsylvania and involves […]

As an auditor, I’ve seen my fair share of fraud attempts. But personally, I had not experienced such an attempt against an organization I was volunteering with – until now. I have the dubious distinction of being among the hundreds of thousands who have received a social engineering phishing email (i.e., solicitation of information by […]

One requirement in the auditing standards is to ask our clients, point blank, if they are aware of any fraud within the company. This requirement is for all entities undergoing a financial statement audit, whether they are a large publicly traded corporation, a small family-owned business, or even a not-for-profit (NFP) organization. To me, the […]

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