This guidance provides government entities with an understanding of the risks involved when using URLs in SMS communications, key principles to consider if it is absolutely necessary to use a URL in SMS communication and importance of a considered and consistent approach to the use of URLs by all government entities.
The Anti-Fraud Playbook provides best practice and tools for implementing, benchmarking and improving fraud risk management programs. It contains easy-to-use, actionable guidance, as well as key questions, checklists and insights.
This guide helps public bodies to improve fraud management and increase fraud awareness using artificial intelligence. It combines learnings of representatives of the International Public Sector Fraud Forum.
This report focuses on the current state of UK public sector fraud. It shows the levels of fraud and error loss outside of the tax and welfare system, and shows what the UK Cabinet office is doing to find more fraud.
This report highlights the impact occupational fraud has on organisations globally. ACFE’s Report to the Nations is the most widely quoted source of occupational fraud data in the world. The aims of the report is to contribute to the public understanding of these crimes, advance the common body of anti-fraud knowledge and contribute to improved detection, deterrence, and investigation of occupational fraud.
This report brings together information from around the world about the financial cost of fraud and error. It reveals that fraud costs the global economy £3.89 trillion and that fraud losses have risen 56% in the past decade.
This report aims to help organisations understand what anti-fraud technologies their peers are using. It can also help in guiding future adoption of anti-fraud technologies. It follows from the ACFE’s benchmarking study.
This report sets out the results of the National Fraud Initiative which is the UK Cabinet Office’s data matching service. The service has enabled participating organisations to prevent and detect over £300 million of fraud and error from April 2016 to March 2018.