Anti-Fraud Collaboration: Skepticism in Practice
“Skepticism in Practice,” a new report by the Anti-Fraud Collaboration, a cooperative dedicated to advancing the discussion of critical anti-fraud efforts and integrity in financial reporting, explores the importance of more critically assessing the potential for fraud and examining some of the biases that can leave organizations blind to deceptive activities. A healthy dose of skepticism is key.
Watch the conversation between IIA President and CEO Richard F. Chambers and Margot Cella, Vice President, Research and Anti-Fraud Initiatives at the Center for Audit Quality.
About the Anti-Fraud Collaboration
The Anti-Fraud Collaboration
is dedicated to advancing the discussion of critical anti-fraud efforts through
the development of thought leadership, awareness programs, educational
opportunities, and other related resources focused on enhancing the
effectiveness of financial fraud risk management. The collaboration represents
the combined efforts of the Center for Audit Quality, Financial
Executives International, the National Association of Corporate Directors,
Institute of Internal Auditors, organizations that actively engage
in efforts to mitigate the risks of financial reporting fraud.