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  1. illegally using, copying, browsing, searching, or harming company data
  2. the condition or situation that allows a person or organization to do three things: commit the fraud, conceal the fraud, and convert theft or misrepresentation to personal gain
  3. allows perpetrators to justify their illegal behavior
  4. theft of company assets. examples include embezzlement, falsifying records
  5. what fraud perpetrators are often referred to as
  6. deliberate destruction or harm to a system

5 True/False questions

  1. the fraud trianglethree conditions are present when fraud occurs: a pressure, an opportunity, and a rationalization

          

  2. pressuregaining an unfair advantage over another person. legally, there must be: 1) a false statement, representation, or disclosure 2) a material fact, which is something that induces a person to act 3) an intent to deceive 4) a justifiable reliance; that is, the person relies on the misrepresentation to take an action 5) an injury or loss suffered by the victim

          

  3. fraudgaining an unfair advantage over another person. legally, there must be: 1) a false statement, representation, or disclosure 2) a material fact, which is something that induces a person to act 3) an intent to deceive 4) a justifiable reliance; that is, the person relies on the misrepresentation to take an action 5) an injury or loss suffered by the victim

          

  4. input fraudthe simplest and most common way to commit a computer fraud is to alter or falsify computer input

          

  5. computer fraudthe simplest and most common way to commit a computer fraud is to alter or falsify computer input

          

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