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These workshops explored using data analytics to detect fraud and corruption.
Introduction to Using Data to Detect Fraud and Corruption
Cleaning and Sharing Data
Understanding the Power of Data
Using Technology in Data Analysis
These workshops provided guidance on current money laundering requirements, tracing the assets and using Unexplained Wealth Orders.
1. Criminal Finances Act
2. Public Sector Fraud
3. Intelligence Sharing
4. Unexplained Wealth Orders
5. Suspicious Activity Reports
6. Disclosure Orders
7. Asset Seizure
These were joint events with CIPFA’s Insurance Network, focusing on the growing fraud and cyber-crime risks affecting public bodies and the practical strategies that can be implemented to protect your organisation.
Level of insurance fraud affecting the public sector
Tips for prevention and investigation of insurance fraud
The Cyber Value Connection
GDPR risk and insurance
Cyber Liability Insurance Policy cover
These events shared case studies and examples of good practice in counter fraud, featuring winners and nominees from the 2017 Government Counter Fraud Awards.
Introduction and best practice in counter fraud
The counter fraud team - Government Internal Audit Agency
Fraud awareness - HM Land Registry (unfortunately we are not able to share this presentation)
Proactive Counter Fraud - Leeds City Council
Collaborative working - Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire Shared Anti-Fraud Service
The event outlined the National Cyber Security Strategy and gave details of more recent developments impacting on the public services. Further sessions provided insights into cyber risks, key areas of assurance and the importance of ensuring staff support your cyber defences.
Introduction and action planning
Cyber risks and assurance
Using your people defences
Hosted by EY, the Summit was held to mark International Fraud Awareness Week and focused on the importance of innovation in tackling public sector fraud. Alongside sessions on the new National Cyber Security Strategy, the London Counter Fraud Hub and understanding procurement fraud, the Summit also showcased winners from the 2017 Government Counter Fraud Awards.
Summit 2017 Home Office - Government's approach to tackling cyber crime
Summit 2017 Ealing Council - London Counter Fraud Hub briefing
Summit 2017 Moore Stephens - Do your receipts add up?
Summit 2017 Equifax - Customers in control
Summit 2017 GIAA - About GIAA Counter Fraud and Investigation
Summit 2017 EY - Methods for addressing fraud in the modern world