Ken Robertson

Manager, Risk & Fraud Prevention
Department of Family and Community Services


08:00 AM Workshop A: Incorporating Ethics and Integrity: Designing the Future Fraud Control Policy and Framework

When it comes to designing and implementing a fraud control framework, there are necessary standards and compliance that should be followed. While this is important, it’s not enough to combat the emerging fraud and corruption trends happening in organisations today. The future of fraud control framework effectiveness is in redesigning it to incorporate better formal ethics and integrity policies. In this workshop, you will learn to redevelop your current framework to design and integrate ethics and integrity for future resilience against fraud and corruption.

What will the workshop cover?

  • Tone from the top - how to embed ethical culture policies in the future
  • How to improve your correspondence throughout your organisation to develop better fraud control understanding among individuals and understanding of necessary changes
  • Development of in-house programs and systems to be put in place to emphasise importance of integrity and ethics in situations for better response and higher resilience in future scenarios

11:30 AM Interactive Discovery Tour: Ethics

In this interactive session, delegates will watch and engage with a short eight-minute video that will challenge and influence their thinking around internal ethical policies. After the video, each table will be asked a series of questions to further discuss their findings and reflect on the integrity and ethics in their organisation and rethink strategies around fraud prevention.