Where fraud or other financial crime has occurred it is essential that your organisation’s responders understand the legislative and procedural requirements of a financial crime investigation. That way, you ensure that all possible sanctions remain available, and provide the best chance of minimising loss and recover funds.
Our courses are delivered by Accredited Counter Fraud Trainers who have many years’ experience in delivering professional, university-accredited training. They have also had extensive operational experience enabling the theory to be applied to real-life situations.
The role of investigator is a challenging one.
Investigators have to deal with pressure from with clients or management, and with reluctant witnesses, hostile suspects and examining a plethora of data. Evidence may not be readily accessible, and normal investigative sources may not have produced relevant material.
Investigators often find it hard to know where to start, and where to look for support and information may, particularly if they are new to the role and are the sole resource investigative resource within their organisation.
Our Investigator Mentoring Service offers low-cost, confidential support. We can talk through the problems being faced and offer solutions and strategies.
Our latest report summarises research into the nature and extent of discussions on the Dark Web with the intent to attack and damage companies through fraud and cybercrime.
We quickly found discussions and attempts to market services and products intended to defraud or perpetrate cybercrime against 21 of the top 50 UK brands of 2017.
For ease of analysis, we split our findings against the top 50 UK brands into four key sector groups.
The full report gives detailed analysis of what we found and understand why the Dark Web is bad for business.