Fraud & forensic services

RSM offers Fraud and forensic services

Fraud and Forensic Services

Fraud, bribery, corruption (and improper conduct) control through risk mitigation and fraud and security crisis management will minimise reputation harm and reduce loss.


This applies to all organisations from SMEs to multi-nationals, and often involves a ‘fit-for-purpose’ or proportionate customised approach to suit your business needs.

RSM's Fraud & Forensic Services:

RSM offers Safe Harbour strategies

11th Annual Fraud Prevention Summit 2022

28 February 2022
Future-proof your fraud management strategy through investigation, detection, prevention, and protection.

Protect the future of your business with security certification

2 December 2021
Cybersecurity is a real risk and one that needs to be considered and managed effectively in order to protect the future of your business. 

Webinar: Anti-Fraud Resilience The Latest Innovations

7 October 2021
Roger Darvall-Stevens, Partner and Head of Fraud and Forensic Services, presented on recent significant changes to fraud and corruption control which could make a significant positive impact to your business to help reduce the cost of fraud and corruption and have a more robust fraud and corruption control system.

3 tips to protect your government agency from a ransomware attack

23 September 2021
Are you scared of being a victim of ransomware?

Lingering Business Uncertainty and Emerging Risks

16 September 2021
RSM’s new Corporate Advisory Hub at Port Macquarie on the Mid-North Coast of NSW has seen increased enquiries from businesses that are struggling to deal with the day-to-day uncertainty and rising risks in their business.

Understanding your payroll function

17 August 2021
There has been a long list of high-profile Australian companies with underpayments to employees in the news recently.

Better practice fraud and corruption control guide AS 8001:2021 - RELEASED

10 August 2021
Many who have responsibility for fraud and corruption control within their business (whether private or public sector) will know of the better practice guidance from the Australia Standard AS 8001 Fraud and Corruption Control.

Fighting Insider Fraud: Using the Right Technologies

26 July 2021
Roger Darvall-Stevens, Partner and Head of Fraud and Forensic Services, met with the team at Fraud Today for an interview to discuss his latest global webinar on the topic of Fighting Insider Fraud: Using the Right Technologies. 

Fraud and Corruption Pressure Testing to Reduce "Surprises"

16 February 2021
The fundamental step in protecting an organisation and mitigating fraud and corruption control risks is understanding the type of fraud and corruption control risks that are prevalent to the organisation and assessing the counter measures currently in place to mitigate those risks. 

Risk Insider Newsletter - Edition #5

29 July 2020
Audit Committees, Senior Executives and Boards need to understand the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on internal controls. The pandemic has caused many to transition to a work-from-home arrangement, and your most important internal controls may not have kept pace with these rapid process changes. Now is the time to ensure that any issues with underlying transactions, data or controls are identified and corrected, to prevent misappropriation or fraudulent activities.

Real estate organisations are a new target as cyberthreats continue to grow

25 May 2020
With the magnitude of security and data breach cases highlighted regularly in the media, most executives of real estate companies are aware that they will likely become a victim of a cyberattack.

Is COVID-19 an excuse to forgo forensic due diligence or integrity checks?

20 April 2020
In the wake of these ever-changing times it is quite natural for businesses and individuals to focus more on survival. This includes staff retainment rather than paying attention to protective control measures including conducting forensic due diligence checks.

COVID-19 Anti-fraud and corruption toolkit for business

27 March 2020
An important COVID-19 fraud update from the Fraud & Forensic Services team at RSM 

South Pacific and Asia Conference 2020 (SOPAC®)

2 March 2020
Darren Booth, National Head of Security and Privacy Risk Services at RSM Australia, will be presenting at the upcoming South Pacific and Asia Conference 2020 (SOPAC®) on 'The latest news in cyber security'. This presentation will cover the following:

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