PracticePeople In PracticePwC fighting e-fraudsters

PwC fighting e-fraudsters

Companies need to step up their efforts to protect themselves against e-procurement fraudsters, according to a PwC report.

More than half of PwC’s dispute analysis & investigations practice cases involve IT related procurement fraud. Rick Helsby, European investigations leader at PwC, said: ‘The battle against fraud is fought using IT, with data mining as an important part of the investigator’s armoury.’www.pwcglobal.com

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