IIA All-Star Conference: The Seduction of Fraud
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CS 8-5: The Seduction of Fraud: Bridging the Gap Between Fraud, Ethics, and Human Behavior
How do people get seduced into fraud? How do fraudsters use seduction to deceive people? Seduction is an indirect form of power; when it is raised to the level of an art, it has toppled governments, won elections, and enslaved great minds. Understanding how fraudsters use seduction in everyday settings will unlock the mysteries behind their ability to circumvent even the strongest internal control systems. In this session, participants have successfully:
• Discovered the power behind the seduction of fraud and how to use this knowledge to bridge the gap between fraud prevention, ethics, and human nature.
• Described the attributes of the “Seduction of Fraud Diamond” and how they help to analyze fraud schemes.
• Developed an understanding of the personality similarities between historical seducers and modern-day fraudsters.