In a world fraught with personal and corporate financial insecurity, the need for skilled and knowledgeable fraud-control professionals has never been greater. As profits drop and budgets tighten, many internal managers and even officers feel forced to become "creative" with internal accounts. Employees and management alike now face multiple layoffs - often eliminating employee loyalty while making employees desperate with the prospect of living in a global economy that has all but collapsed. It has been estimated that internal occupational fraud and abuse costs organizations around 7% of gross revenues. Organizations need to stop this hemorrhage of profits, and they need to recover what has already been lost.
Moreover, compliance with local and international laws and industry regulations such as Sarbanes-Oxley, BASEL II, CICA Instrument 52-109, and J-SOX have raised the bar globally for professional business practices expected of organizations in terms of internal fraud control, which have in turn increased the need for professionals who know how to help organizations build and maintain a strong fraud-control capability.
Certified Information Security provides the training and credentialling you need to become recognized as an authority in preventing, detecting, and investigating internal fraud.
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About Certified Information Security:
Since 1999, Certified Information Security has been helping board members, officers, and management at over 270 organizations across more than 25 countries to gain the critical new knowledge and skills they need to meet internal and external expectations for prudent information security governance. Our specialized training focuses on:
Managing and minimizing risk of internal fraud and abuse utilizing professional techniques for fraud risk evaluation, prevention, detection, investigation, and recovery.
Establishing, governing, managing deploying, testing, and maintaining information security in conformance with ISO/IEC Standards 27001, 27002, 27003, and 27005.
Establishing, governing, managing deploying, testing, and maintaining a business continuity and disaster recovery management system in conformance with British Standard 25999.