Anti-Fraud and Cybercrime Training
About GAC Fraud, Cybercrime & Digital Forensics Division
Grande Afrique Consulting (GAC) Fraud, Cybercrime, and Digital Forensics division is a critical business division within GAC that delivers services in Fraud Investigations, Fraud Data Consulting, Cybercrimes, Digital Forensics, Forensic Auditing, and Accounting, Fraud Health Checks, and related services all over Africa.
The division uses advanced software tools, internationally experienced resources, and continuous research to help its varied pool or clients across different industries manage financial fraud and other cyber-related crimes. GAC is the local full solutions provider of robotics data analytics solutions as well as advanced HighBond GRC solutions as well as other leading tools globally in this area.
The department’s objective is to keep your business safe from financial fraudsters and cyber-criminal activities and effects emanating internally within your organization, externally, or by collusion of internal and external networks, whether for prevention, detection, prosecution, or just information and general fraud management.
We are helping our clients deal with fraud and cyber-crimes at all levels.
Fraud & Cybercrime Training Background at GAC
Fraud and cybercrime are all-time news in Kenya, Africa, and indeed the entire world today. We are all facing an unprecedented high level of fraud and cybercrime that is costing individuals, private companies, and public institutions millions of dollars or in Kenya, billions of shillings every single day. The schemes used by the criminals keep changing as technology evolves making it difficult for government institutions, businesses organizations, and individuals to detect, prevent, stop the crimes or even prosecute them in courts of law. It is a real financial tragedy for public and private businesses in modern times.
This exceptionally unique course is a purely practical and real-life case packed program that cuts deep into fraud and cybercrime schemes used by criminals in executing fraud and other cybercrimes in modern times. The content is deliberately organized to explore real-life cases throughout the course as opposed to the usual theoretical pieces of training. We will deeply examine, discuss, and analyze fraud schemes executed outside and through digital-based business processes across different industry segments from a case-based approach.
We will be not only simulating fraud and cybercrimes but also examining real-life cases and explaining how and why they happened.
Whatever you do at your organization, this is a course you would not want to miss.
We will simulate fraud and cybercrime schemes across different industries in Kenya, Africa, and the world in: –
- Digital Financial fraud and cybercrimes currently hitting mainstream commercial banks in Kenya – why are criminals succeeding in hitting local commercial banks and why banks are silent.
- Financial fraud and cybercrimes currently bedevilling mainstream Microfinance institutions and SACCOs – why are criminals succeeding in hitting them and why the institutions are silent.
- Procurement and Accounts Payable Fraud in public and private institutions – why it is so successful and difficult to prosecute yet policies and procedures are deemed watertight and highly automated.
- Debtors and Sales Fraud – why organizations are losing most revenues and carrying fake debtor balances while sales executives and agents make the money. Why is it so successful?
- Expenditure fraud – Are the reported expenses in public entities real?
- Budgeting for fraud – how it is done and why it is difficult to pick and even harder to prosecute. While you budget, criminals within your organization budget too. How do you capture this fraud?
- Manufacturing companies’ fraud – the current trends and practices in raw materials, finished goods, and logistics. The main challenges.
- NGO fraud schemes in modern times. Why are donor funds easily embezzled and stolen? Some donors approve of this. Why internal and external auditors fail to talk.
- Cooked Financial Statements – Why serious Internal Auditors and Reputable External Auditors keep on misleading the boards till a company dies under their watch.
Real life case studies & response actions by auditors & investigators
In the entire period of the course, the participants will discuss real-life cases in the following subjects and while at it develop remedial measures to implement back in their institutions: –
- Top commercial bank fraud cases in Kenya – Real-life case studies, gaps utilized, and mitigating actions
- Microfinance and SACCOs fraud – Real-life case studies, gaps utilized, and mitigating actions
- Procurement/Supply Chain Fraud and Accounts Payables – Several Case studies, gaps utilized, and mitigating actions in public and private institutions
- Sales Process and Debtor balances Management – Several Case studies, gaps utilized, and mitigating actions in public and private institutions
- Numerous real-life case studies in Kenya’s expenditure fraud and mitigating measures
- Budgeting fraud – Cases, gaps utilized, and mitigating measures
- Top Manufacturing fraud cases in modern companies – Case study, gaps utilized and mitigating measures that organizations should take
- NGO Fraud – Top cases, how they happened, and how they can be prevented
- How to cook financial statements – how to detect cooked ones and how this can be prevented.
Our Training Team
We are credited with a large pool of trainers with many years of experience and who are subject matter experts in Fraud Investigation, Cybercrimes, Digital Forensics, Forensic Auditing & Accounting, and Business Process Reengineering. They will run the course for the given duration.
Participants To The Training
All Business Process owners/Departmental heads, Internal Auditors, External Auditors, ICT Practitioners, Risk Management Practitioners, Accountants, Compliance professionals, and directors who are interested in ensuring fraud and cybercrimes don’t thrive in their businesses or businesses they offer assurance services to.
This is a group-live, instructor-led course in a classroom setting driven by case studies and real-life situations with full participant involvement. The class size supports individual attention and development.
There is no chance you will remain silent in this course.
Grande Afrique Consulting is registered with NITA – Registration No. NITA/TRN/914(b).
Attendants will be issued with certificates that entitle them to CPE hours
Training fee & Mode of Payment
The training fee for the 2-day course is Kshs 10,000 per participant inclusive of all taxes Training cost covers, Facilitation and Training costs
Deposit or transfer the training fee to our Bank Account details below: –
Training fee must be paid by Friday 20 November 2020 to these bank details: –
Bank Name: Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA)
Branch: Thika Road Mall (TRM)
Branch Code: 07000
Account name: Grande Afrique Consulting Limited
Account number: 8105620011
Swift Code: CBAFKENX
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