Less-Risky Business

Katz, Deena
October 2012
Financial Planning;Oct2012, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p33
The article offers guidelines to protect companies from fraud. According to the author, exposure to fraud comes from the software being used, the handling of secure data and the continual connection to the Internet. She notes that human resources and compliance are the other vulnerabilities that should be considered by companies. She advises firms to determine the security environment they want, conduct a baseline assessment and prioritize their vulnerabilities.


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