Detecting Corruption with Analytics: A Roadmap
The Big Ideas
Corruption is a costly, and often largely undetected, problem for most enterprises, draining financial resources and introducing significant legal and business risk.
Enterprises tend to address corruption through prevention (e.g., oversight, policies, training) or detection monitoring. Traditional corruption prevention methods give enterprises false comfort, rarely delivering the same level of effectiveness as monitoring.
Advanced analytics performed on data generated from monitoring of specific corporate activities can expose corruptive practices and, when remedied, reduce financial costs and time to remediate by 65 percent.