Insidious takes an unconventional and occasionally irreverent look at a problem most companies don’t want to even talk about—employees who steal.
Insidious goes behind the scenes at banks and talks to the analysts and investigators who know firsthand why employee fraud is so hard to stop—and who share their stories from the frontlines of fraud. It highlights dozens of real-world fraud schemes that generate significant losses, send customers fleeing, and damage reputations for years.
In a dozen chapters, Insidious asks the hard questions including:
Why do employees steal?
Why do they get away with fraud?
Why is employee fraud particularly damaging to banks?
What can banks do to start addressing the problem?
With more than three decades of fraud experience between them, authors Shirley Inscoe and BC Krishna bring you a uniquely informed and objective perspective on the perennial, deeply damaging, and growing problem of employee fraud.