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‘Fighting Fraud’ special report out in The Times today

A 16-page special report on Fighting Fraud is out in The Times today, aiming to highlight the issue of fraud to all businesses, and educate the senior management as to how to combat the ever growing threat to their organisation.

CYFOR is a featured advertiser in this year’s edition.

Despite fraud costing the UK economy billions of pounds a year, fraud is a topic of discussion which is either misunderstood by businesses, or accepted as a general fact of life. Today’s report, written by leading experts and journalists from broadsheet newspapers such as Charles Orton-Jones, James Dean and Tom Fox-Brewster, uncovers the current and pertinent types of fraud, how fraudsters are creating ever more ingenious ways of infiltrating an organisation, and also how companies should be pro-actively looking to mitigate the threat.

The full host of articles from today’s report are also available online  and you can download it directly.

You might want to take an up-close look at the opening article which gives an overview of the impact of fraud on business, or the article on fraud in financial services, or the opinion feature by the head of the FS Club, Chris Skinner.

CYFOR is sharing today’s report on @CYFORLEGAL and via LinkedIn – please feel free to share with colleagues and friends. As ever – it would be great to hear your feedback and hope you find it an interesting read.

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