Investigations: Fraud in the time of pandemic
As a result of the ongoing pandemic, many business have experienced massive disruption and, where possible, their workforces have been required to work remotely. With reduced scrutiny of IT systems and tools, and with a degree of detachment from typical business practices, weaknesses in remote working practices and systems are being exploited by cyber fraudsters which in turn is leading to a significant rise in fraud cases.
In the first episode of our new Investigations podcast series, Charlotte Pender is joined by Stewart Hey and Caroline Greenwell from our Fraud team to look at the problems this poses to businesses and to offer their advice and recommendations on how to best tackle such issues.
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