This book evaluates the growing risks of fraud and corruption in our increasingly global marketplace and then provides guidance on how to implement a plan that will work for your organization. It evaluates prevention techniques such as Governance Risk and Compliance (GRC), Risk Intelligence and Enterprise Risk Management (ERM), and Six Sigma. Then it describes the various technological and accounting tools that are can be employed to execute the chosen strategy (Data Mining/Data Analytics, Continuous monitoring, Continuous auditing, and psychological testing). Finally, the key roles and responsibilities are outlines to make implementation successful as well as some forward-looking insight on what the future challenges will be in the fraud/corruption arena.
Keywords: Frank Hydoski, corporate fraud, Six Sigma, governance risk and compliance, business strategy, enterprise risk management, corruption, forensic accounting, audit, auditing, GRC, rish intelligence, continuous auditing, ERM, Enterprise Resource Management