360 Assurance’s Anti-Crime team have produced this guide to all things cyber crime, which is packed full of useful information about the most common types of cyber crime and offers real life examples of large scale cyber attacks to demonstrate the impact that these crimes can have on businesses and individuals alike. An essential reference tool to support you through this complex and evolving area.
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Fraudulent Times is the regular awareness-raising magazine produced by the 360 Assurance’s Anti-Crime Team. This edition coincides with Fraud Awareness Month (incorporating International Fraud Awareness Week 15 to 21 November) and contains details of particular frauds to be aware of.
If you have any questions about fraud awareness initiatives in your organisation or want to discuss resources available, we’d encourage you to contact your Local Counter Fraud Specialist (contact details within the magazine).
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This year we have teamed up with Audit Yorkshire and MIAA to undertake BAF and GBAF benchmarking on a wider scale than ever before, with BAFs from 47 Trusts and GBAFs from 34 CCGs examined.
We have asked similar questions to those asked in previous years but, unsurprisingly, have also considered the significance and impact of COVID-19 on each BAF/GBAF and what this might say about risk management more generally within each organisation.
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One of our recent comparative pieces of work examined 14 trusts in our client base and assessed how different committees of the Board work together, with a focus on how the audit committee gains assurance on integrated governance, risk management and control.
The resultant briefing examines inter-committee liaison, the assurance framework, in-year reporting and annual reporting identifying common approaches but also pulling out some good practice suggestions.
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We have analysed the information and assurance provided to board committees in relation to clinical audit across our NHS provider clients and compared this to the suggested practice in the HFMA Audit Committee Handbook (2018) and the HQIP documents, Best Practice in Clinical Audit (2020) and Good Governance Handbook (2015).
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We examined 17 CCG complaints policies and compared the contents of the policies and assessed the processes and procedures (as far as was possible from what was captured in the policies) against the Regulations and some of the key national guidance documents. The resulting report contains a number of possible flowcharts based on our findings as well as good examples of text under different policy headings.
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