Criminals are always looking for the path of least resistance. When your company strengthens its defenses, new weak links are found and explored. In this episode, Craig Jeffery and Omri Kletter continue the discussion on some of the key findings that came out of the Treasury Fraud & Controls 2023 Survey. Specifically, they explore unguarded banking information and visibility restrictions.
Treasury’s threat of fraud attacks is constantly changing and increasing. While treasurers say they are aware of this, only 30% of companies plan to allocate more funds to the training of employees and fraud prevention services. In this episode, Craig Jeffery and Omri Kletter discuss some of the key findings that came out of Strategic Treasurer’s Treasury Fraud & Controls 2023 Survey, specifically, the key places we should be focusing our spend throughout 2023.
The Treasury Fraud and Controls Survey studies the current state of fraud experience, security
measures, and plans for the future. The 2023 results provide valuable data on multiple elements
impacting corporate fraud and security, including most commonly experienced fraud types, trends in
control measures and training policies, investment plans for prevention and detection technology, and
more. This webinar will highlight and discuss some of the key findings from this year’s research, covering
topics such as the following:
• Views of the fraud threat level and corporate security position
• Fraud types and rates of loss and attack
• Security practices and controls employed
• Types of cyber security technology currently employed
• Expected investments in security & fraud prevention technology
Bottomline and Strategic Treasurer announced the 2022 Treasury Fraud & Controls Survey results, highlighting findings of corporate and banking experiences, plans, and actions regarding fraud.
You are likely familiar with the phrase, “what gets measured gets improved.” It is also an almost universal request of treasury and finance professionals to see dashboards and KPIs used by other companies. Visibility into performance and data allows for improved decision-making, a renewed focus on efficiency, insight into liquidity, and better financial results. This session will examine the types of metrics used by leading companies to monitor and improve their performance across a range of areas with the additional context of differences between company positions (liquidity situation, transaction intensity, working capital drivers).