Bring your own device (BYOD), in theory, is a beautiful thing. Employees are free to use their personal devices at work, allowing for more efficiency and flexibility. Not to mention that employers save on outfitting an entire company with PCs, phones and tablets, while at the same time getting a more reachable employee.
Anti-fraud controls mainly apply to the general area of accounting (purchasing, revenue, payroll, banking and treasury, inventory, assets, etc.), but they will also involve many specific areas of operations, such as sales, payments, expenses, receivables, travel, suppliers, taxes, promotions and much more.
With only five weeks left before Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation's (CASL) main requirements come into force, one of CASL’s regulators, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), has released a series of much anticipated “FAQs” .
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