The UK’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) need to arm themselves against invoice fraud, or risk being targeted by a growing number of fraudsters.
Data is the lifeblood of most modern day businesses, but it presents a challenge in that it is portable, easily manipulated and relatively effortless to duplicate, so here are the abnormal places that digital fraud attacks may lurk.
Over the past decade, organisations have stepped up their defences against criminal activity. With a commitment to protecting customers and their data, businesses are increasingly improving this line of defence as cyber attacks grow more sophisticated.
Charles Henri Royon, VP EMEA at Tradeshift, looks at how recent headlines have drawn attention to the issue of bogus invoices and provides some expert advice for business owners not wanting to become part of the story as well.
A recent £2m insurance fraud ring was uncovered by pure accident – and for Emil Eifrem of Neo Technology, that’s almost as worrying as the crime itself.
In an increasingly digital age, owners and managers of small and medium-sized businesses must be aware of the cyber risks out there and the techniques to prevent damage.
Brianna King, the former president and CEO of the San Diego cancer charity, pleaded guilty to grand theft in September for stealing thousands of dollars in connection to her time at the helm of the nonprofit WishWarriors. Now she has to do the time and it's made an impact on her company.
Facebook has been in for a rough month – after facing two class action lawsuits over its 2012 IPO, a contract CEO Mark Zuckerberg supposidly signed in 2003 has come back to haunt him.
Email scams could become the biggest threat to your business in 2016 and we've got some practical steps that can help your company protect itself from harm in the New Year.
The ICAEW has cautioned against the decision to raise the audit threshold for UK businesses from £6.5m to £10.5m.
According to research conducted by CareersinAudit.com, despite the accounting profession being under more scrutiny since the aftermath of Enron and World Com, unethical practices are still rife among accountants.
Politeness could be costing UK businesses according to the latest research into expenses claims, lead by cloud-based expenses management company, webexpenses.