Fraud Prevention — Resources by Business Process

One way of thinking about fraud is by looking at the types of fraud perpetrated in business processes or business areas. There is a certain amount of inevitable overlap between the types of business areas and processes as grouped (benefits frauds, for example, often represent specific kinds of disbursement frauds), but this categorization may help you quickly find the information, tools, links and other resources most useful to you.

Some risks, flags and best practices/resources apply to more than one business process, so you are likely to encounter one or more, multiple times as you view different processes.