Leadership Solutions

Program Best Practices: Investigations


How to Plan an Investigation
At many companies, small security staffs mean other departments— commonly human resources or legal—necessarily help conduct investigations. This is an abridged excerpt on the planning phase of an investigation.

The Case of the Reluctant Complainant
How does the non-security professional handle the employee who reports a misconduct yet is very insistent that you promise not to act upon the information?

Who Owns Investigations
Whether you want to bring investigations in under your department or just help eliminate investigative confusion this paper will help you get started.
Background Investigations Benchmark - Exclusive Preliminary Results This provides a preliminary look into some of the results that have been gathered to date from this valuable benchmark research.

Early Fraud Detection: The Secret to Security ROI
Internal or occupational fraud prevention or recovery could be the ROI Holy Grail security leaders have been wishing for.
Are Investigations Evolving? These research results delve into how security practitioners are adjusting to leverage newer technologies and techniques to fight fraud loss.


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Copyright Security Executive Council. Last Updated: November 16, 2021