Battling fraud and corruption is an ongoing concern for the public sector, regardless if it’s administrative departments uncovering fraudsters or weeding out corrupt practices by government employees.
The latter can be especially damaging for government institutions as it leads to diminished confidence and trust by citizens towards an organisation or department.
To add to the challenge, fraud is not only growing but evolving, becoming more sophisticated with technological advancements; meaning now more than ever it’s imperative to shift the focus from detection to prevention.
Increasingly, organisations are taking a proactive approach, implementing countermeasures, and adopting strict protocols to prevent fraud, corruption, cybercrime and mitigate its consequences.
Public Sector Network’s Virtual Fraud and Cybercrime summit delivered by international and domestic experts will discuss and share their experience and expertise to allow you to learn real action methods to prevent and expose corruption.
Director, Government Counter Fraud Function (UK) and Specialist Advisor
Commonwealth Fraud Prevention Centre
Commander - Cybercrime Operations
Australian Federal Police
Deputy CEO, Intelligence
Executive Director Corruption Strategy
Prevention & Legal, Crime and Corruption Commission
Customer Success Manager - Asia Pacific Region
Australian Securities and Investments Commission
Australian Taxation Office
Establishing effective fraud and corruption prevention strategies
Utilising forensic technology & data to detect and deter cybersecurity threats
Partnering with industry to combat fraud and other serious crimes
Building security awareness and initiatives that encourage agency integrity
Regulatory expectations on managing cyber crime and related fraud risks
Implementing risk management policies and an internal audit process