Blog Archives: Pete Miller

Occupational fraud doesn’t always translate to hard cash leaking out of the company’s bank account. This article from the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle discusses an ongoing case about the alleged employee theft of over $2 million worth of diabetes test strips, illustrating how noncash fraud can be very lucrative in the right circumstances. Enabling Factors First of […]

The saying goes that “cash is king,” and when it comes to risk management and fraud, it often is. A fundamental risk management technique is to prioritize the protection of assets that either are cash or can easily be converted to cash. As a result, inventory or equipment with “street value” are frequent targets for […]

The fraud triangle is the cornerstone to occupational fraud theory and illustrates the three elements that need to be in place for a perpetrator to successfully execute a fraud scheme. This concept, and its three major tenets, have been at the heart of fraud theory for over 40 years. Those three tenets are pressure, opportunity, […]

When it comes to fraud and theft, manufacturers are inherently at risk because of the nature of their operations. Not only do manufacturers have traditional fraud risks associated with cash management processes as well as cyber-security risks facing everyone today, they also have non-cash assets that can be valuable. In this article, a manufacturer carried […]

Suppliers for Microsoft who handle sensitive information are likely aware that the Supplier Security and Privacy Assurance (SSPA) program data protection requirements were updated to address the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) coming out of the EU. GDPR will take effect on May 25, 2018. Suppliers need to be aware of these new requirements to […]

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