Imagine these scenarios:
Insiders at a financial institution place transactions using e-execution and then deny involvement when trades lose money.
Regulated individuals share secrets and collude to fix pricing via messaging services.
Fraud occurs through re-diverted funds within Treasury departments.
Funds are embezzled or re-directed for personal gain.
Confidential data is accessed for market price fixing, front running or gaining market advantage
Executives request staff members to access confidential or highly secure content to create a more simplistic briefing process.
Data is accessed and leaked for personal benefit.
The common denominator to every one of these scenarios is individuals denying their involvement or abdicating responsibility in a transaction.
These types of acts are happening every day across virtually every industry — pharma, finance, the public sector — costing companies incredible amounts of money to investigate and putting operating licenses at risk.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here