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  • Service: Advisory, Risk Consulting, Forensic, Topics, Topics, ACI Microsite, Advisory
  • Industry: Financial Services, Industrial Markets, Consumer Markets, Public Sector (PS), Mining, Energy, Private Equity (PE), Building, Construction & Real Estate, High Growth Markets, Technology, Media and Telecommunications
  • Type: Business and industry issue
  • Date: 5/12/2011

At Risk: Business in a World of Litigation, Fraud and Deceit (Summer 2011) 

High-tech. Low-tech. In the world of disputes, fraud and risk can neither be ignored nor avoided. In the Courts, there is a slow but steady transformation to electronic information, but binders of documents still abound and fountain pens can easily be found. Many fraud schemes are becoming increasingly innovative and harness the dark side of technology. In the end, whether in litigation or in fraud and misconduct, it is the human element that will rule the day.

The appropriate and innovative use of technology is very much needed to efficiently and effectively manage and deal with the complex issues that will be encountered.


The Summer 2011 issue looks at how technology and the human element play a vital role in the world of disputes, fraud and risk.


                Articles include:
              • Electronic Records: Seize the opportunities, tame the risks
              • Cloud Computing: Is the perfect storm ahead of us?
              • Expense Report Fraud: Chump change or damaging dollars?
              • Let me see your ID: Doing business with the unknown, in the unknown.


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