Employers can use FBI database for real-time background checks

New video from PBS NEWSHOUR highlighting how: “Employers enrolled in federal and state “Rap Back” programs receive ongoing, real-time updates about their employees even after they are hired. They can keep tabs on things like encounters with law enforcement, even if those actions do not result in arrests, according to a report by The Intercept by Ava Kofman. Kofman joins Hari Sreenivasan with more details.” Video duration: 5:57  |  Aired: 02/04/2017  |  Rating: NR Link to the video: http://www.pbs.org/video/2365949861/ Related articles Babcock, E. (2016, December 15). Next Generation Identification (NGI) – Rap Back Service. Department of Justice Privacy Impact Assessment. United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). Retrieved from https://www.fbi.gov/file-repository/pia-ngi-rap-back-service.pdf/view  … Read More

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Personalized Statistical Fraud Risk Report

The objective of the report is to provide a tool for management to adequately create a strategy to mitigate, avoid, accept, or transfer fraud risk. A detailed set of analysis is performed so as to be a roadmap for management to take action to address the risk for fraud by providing:

* Visibility into the organization’s fraud risk;

* An understanding of fraud risk by department and scheme;

* Prioritization of antifraud efforts;

* Ability to quantify impact and likelihood for COSO Enterprise Risk Management (ERM); and

* Benchmark for Key Risk Indicators (KRIs).

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