Dan Zitting, chief product officer for Vancouver “big data” analytics firm ACL, is an expert on detecting patterns of crime in vast pools of data. In interviews, he explained his fears of widespread fraud in B.C.’s property market, and how Canadian agencies could start tackling it. (Vancouver Sun, April 6, 2016)
ACL's Kris Hutton discusses the three key steps to a successful fraud management program to prevent, detect, and reduce fraud in the oil and gas sector. (The Compliance & Ethics Blog, January 2016)
ACL did something few companies its size can accomplish without slowing down: it transitioned 90 percent of its customers to the cloud. (GRC & Fraud Software Journal, January 15, 2016)
In a recent article published by Oil + Gas Monitor ACL’s Kris Hutton highlights three key steps to managing a fraud program successfully in the oil and gas sector by outlining three pillars of fraud detection: assessment, mapping and monitoring.
Kris Hutton from ACL outlines three key steps to a successful fraud management program to prevent, detect, and reduce fraud in the oil and gas sector. (Oil and Gas Monitor, December 21, 2015)
For its fall 2015 release, ACL offers subscribers unlimited access to “Inspirations,” a customer portal that features multiple forms of interactive, user-generated and knowledge-based content. (Fraud Journals, December 17, 2015)
Many of the ways that ACL data analysis tools are used for audit and risk management purposes are actually very good examples of text analytics. It is pretty hard to avoid noticing that data analysis is a very hot topic—not just in the world of audit and risk, but particularly in the world of information [...]
An article by John Verver, “The Enemy Within: Stopping Employee Fraud,” has published in the UK’s Global Banking & Finance Review. John provides advice on applying data analysis to address travel & entertainment (T&E) expense and purchasing card (P-Card) fraud. Excerpt: Despite the reality that no control system is perfect, some organisations continue to believe [...]