Is a web-based video training program produced in cooperation with the AICPA, to help the US business community provide corporate fraud prevention training to personnel at all levels.
This video spotlights the efforts of CFEs as the first line of defense against corporate fraud and abuse. The Profiles Series was created to educate consumers and business professionals on the issues which impact them.
Steal Something From Work Day; basically a website and movement for employees to steal from their employer. They claim its a phenomenon already happening and 4 out of 5 employees do it. They say, so if you are the one that is not doing it (stealing), what are you waiting for? If there is advertisement like this to steal something everyday from the company then its okay because everyone else is doing it. If this doesn't help wake you up to fraud in the workplace, nothing will.
Another video from Steal Something From Work Day! The employer is making all the money, steal something they can afford it...Beware employers.
CNBC’s "Crime Inc.: Counterfeit Goods
Fake handbags, watches, shoes and perfumes. The business of Counterfeit Goods is the largest underground industry in the world. Hundreds of billions of dollars are generated while sapping the economy, putting lives in jeopardy, and funding organized crime in the process. CNBC’s "Crime Inc.: Counterfeit Goods," takes viewers on a rare look inside a global crime spree, where the goods are produced and confiscated in a world of high-risk and high-reward. Host Carl Quintanilla takes you on raids with the LAPD anti-counterfeiting unit, inspections at ports, and back-room factories where counterfeits are produced. Meet a company whose whole brand was copied, and the story of a defense contractor who counterfeit defense parts that found their way into weapons depots in Iraq. At around 7% of all global trade, Counterfeit Goods are a big business with low overhead. It makes too much money to go away any time soon.