SunTrust examines how imperfections in corporate culture can be a source of fraud opportunity, and how to build best practices for fraud protection. Read More
Improving internal controls can protect your business from fraud Read More
If you’re like many small business owners, you more than likely do not have a business continuity plan that ensures your company will survive a disaster or unexpected event. Read More
Employee theft — occupational fraud — costs employers billions of dollars annually and is 10 times more likely to occur than Internet crime. Fortunately, there are simple controls you can implement to protect your business. Read More
In the last decade, advances in network, payment and banking technology have made it inexpensive and easy for you to electronically control your business' cash outflows. Read More
In your business, every time someone physically handles a check or cash, it increases the opportunity for fraud. To mitigate this risk, consider collecting money electronically — a safer, cheaper, faster and easier way to collect. Read More
Crime and fraud are believed to cost U.S. businesses a little more than 5 cents of every sales dollar, according to a report from the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Implementing different types of systems, such as electronic collection, financial control, financial automation and expense management, can help safeguard your business from fraud, theft and disaster. Learn how you can protect your business from fraud.