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Offers insights into methods for prevention, detection and response to corruption cases and exposing participants to international and local laws related to the field.
Prepares participants for every step of an internal investigation into potential fraud, from receiving the initial allegation to testifying as a witness in the court of law.
Exposes participants to the various schemes employed in creative accounting and means to identify and prevent such fraudulent conduct.
Guides participants to write an effective report in an instructor-led atmosphere that introduces the fundamentals of good report writing and enable participants to clearly and effectively communicate the results of an investigation.
Provides a comprehensive framework for building an effective fraud prevention model, as it presents an overview for developing fraud audit procedures and building controls that successfully minimize fraud.
Guides participants through the field of Forensic Accounting and Fraud Examination. It establishes a clear distinction between both professions and its complimentary values towards preventing, deterring and resolving allegations of fraud, abuse and mismanagement of funds.
Provides insights on how to be more effective in asking direct and follow-up questions, while evaluating both verbal and non-verbal responses, so participants can detect lies and uncover the truth during interviews.
Provides basic insights into the field of data analytics and hands-on experience using various tools / techniques to aid organizations in their fraud risk management efforts, using live-demonstration and case study analyses.
Assisting Internal auditors critical role in helping organizations manage cyber threats, both by providing an independent assessment of existing and needed controls, and helping the audit committee and board understand and address the diverse risks of the digital world.
Guide participants on the basic principles in the Act and acquire the best practices in reporting Suspicious Transaction Report (STR), conducting Customer Due Diligence (CDD), Know Your Customer (KYC) and escalation to Bank Negara Malaysia.
Guide participants through the intersection between digital forensics and cloud computing, whilst preparing them for means to manage digital evidences acquired from cloud based servers.
The program will focus on the various conduct defined as ‘market misconduct’ as outlined by the regulators that has occurred in the Malaysian capital market, how these misconducts are carried out and the measures that can be taken to prevent it from happening.
Provide insights on how data breaches are typically discovered, methods for detection and investigation and means to formulate emergency response plans.
Participants will be introduced to the new international standard designed to help organizations implement an anti-bribery management system. It specifies a series of measures your organization can implement to help prevent, detect and address bribery.
Guide participants through some of the most widely used analytical software while discussing the principles of maintaining the integrity and authenticity of digital evidence and its delivery in court.