AlfaZet is specialised in the field of biometric applications. Biometric applications can be used for access control, data security, access to a PC, payments and many other possibilities. The Alfa-Zet Systems solutions recognizes a person who is in possession of a valid admission ticket, determines whether it is authorized for the relevant application at the right time and whether or not it grants access to the system. Access verification to buildings, data and others also means continuous security and forms an important link in almost every security plan!
Data is key in any enterprise. The usage of digital devices and channel, causes an immense growth of data volumes and data silo’s. Mobile Device, IoT, M2M, Social Networks, … They all make enterprises connected 24/7 to their customers, partners, suppliers, coworker and systems. Business processes and customer experience are challenged permanently. Only agile companies, adapting new technologies, will survive this era, and be able to grow their business.
“change is the only constant”. Omnipresent digital technologies, tools and platforms are adapted by everyone, and impacts how enterprises operate.
The wealth of data opens a new world to explore. In many cases, the data generated on digital channels, is complex, volatile, incomplete, inconsistent and error prone. If this data is not managed correctly, enterprises will be submerged, making it unusable. Data is the core of the enterprise, but imposes good management and governance.
The team at BusinessForensics consists of consultants, architects and developers with offices in The Hague and Singapore, and has been offering software and know-how for monitoring and managing compliance and integrity risks since 1998, amongst which are financial and economic crime risks. Preferred customers are those banks and insurcance firms that take pride in maintaining or (when necessary) rebuilding the trust of their clients, who do not view compliance as a burden but feel the inherent need to ‘do the right thing’. So as partners, we can keep crime, abuse and coincidence away from their clients.
The forensic platform (the HQ products) provides real-time (big) data analysis of network, transactions and signal of evolving risks and threat.
Compliance is also demonstrated by measuring good behavior. Confidence in our system increases by minimizing the number of false positive alerts. In addition, unnecessary (reputational) damage is reduced and corporate agility is greatly improved. Trust improves performance; between man and machine, young and old, customer and supplier.
EBBEN Partners is an independent provider of services in the areas of governance and risk and compliance, with a specialisation in integrity and fraud matters. It brings auditors, accountants, consultants, legal advisors and data specialists together to address the problems a company may be facing quickly, professionally and to the point.
Its partners each have more than 20 years of experience in the relevant domains and have a hands-on involvement in their assignments. Partner involvement is also the trademark of EBBEN Partners.
The pressure to tackle Financial Crime has never been greater. Deloitte is at the forefront of the fight against Financial Crime and has assisted many of the world’s leading financial institutions and corporates in developing, implementing and remediating all aspects of Financial Crime Risk Management programs, as well as investigating financial crimes.
In the field of AML & Sanctions, Deloitte has one of the largest and most mature AML practices that delivers seamless and consistent services for its global clients. For instance, design, implement, enhance and test AML/Sanctions programs, including risk assessments, know your customer (KYC), technology solutions, governance, executive training, and historical AML/Sanctions look backs.
For Anti-Bribery and Corruption, Deloitte provides proactive and reactive consulting, analytics, investigation services, and remediation assistance to clients that are working to manage the risk and vulnerabilities that arise from global corruption, corporate fraud, whistleblower allegations, and other threats.
Deloitte combines highly specialised skills in the areas of corporate investigations and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, with deep financial acumen and advanced analytics to produce transformative insights in financial crime investigations. Deloitte assists in the assessment of allegations of fraud or financial mismanagement, response to government regulatory requests, and helps organisations remedy the issue under investigation and create a method to prevent future reoccurrence.
Finally, using its expertise in financial crime analytics, Deloitte helps clients address their issues quickly and efficiently. Deloitte deploys sophisticated analytics approaches to gain a deeper and more complete understanding of what has occurred, and how similar problems can be prevented. They also work proactively to detect inefficiencies and anomalies in systems – targeting cost recovery and identifying potential issues before they occur.
Febelfin vzw/asbl (non-profit association) is the Belgian Financial Sector Federation. It tries to reconcile the interests of its members with those of the policy makers, supervisors, trade associations and pressure groups at the national and European level. Febelfin vzw/asbl defends the interests of all its members: large banks, small and medium-sized banks, niche players, providers of infrastructure, etc. It speaks on behalf of the financial sector as a whole (except for the insurance companies).
Febelfin’s mission consists of the following: defining positions held by and on behalf of its members; lobbying at the national and European level and taking part in social negotiations providing services: providing information, comment and counsel as well as training via Febelfin Academy; communicating with its members and the public at large and taking part in the debate on professional, political, social and educative matters.
The Institute of Fraud Auditors (IFA) is the National Professional Federation of Fraud Auditors in Belgium. IFA was founded in 2001 as a non-profit association based on a public-private partnership. IFA holds a Register of professionals who are certified as a “Registered Fraud Auditor”. IFA develops best practices for professionals who are active in the domain of combating fraud in the public and private sectors. IFA regularly organises conferences and trainings on fraud related topics. IFA is also an ideal forum for networking within the anti-fraud community.
The Institute for Financial Crime (IFFC) is a platform in The Hague where public parties, businesses and knowledge institutes meet and work together on more effective ways to counter and prevent financial economic crime.
IFFC connects parties to facilitate and stimulate cooperation between them to spot trends in financial economic crime at an early stage, and to bring financial economic crime issues to the agenda of public and private institutions. It offers a knowledge intensive and trusted environment where participants can share knowledge, expand their network, map financial economic crime issues and partner with other organisations to find innovative solutions to these issues.
The Institute of Internal Auditors-Belgium (IIA Belgium) is a non-profit professional organization dedicated to the advancement and development of the internal audit profession in Belgium. IIA Belgium was created as a Benelux Institute in 1977 and as a Belgium Institute since 1998. The Institute has grown in size and stature and currently has over 1500 members active in internal audit and from all sectors. The Institute of Internal Auditors is the standard and guidance setting body for the internal audit profession globally and promotes guidance following rigorous due processes. All members of the Institute are invited to follow the Code of Ethics and the Internal Professional Practices Framework (IPPF).
The ISACA Belgium Chapter is a not-for-profit association established in Belgium and is part of the global ISACA membership association. The ISACA Belgium Chapter organises various educational activities around audit, governance, risk and information security for members and non-members. Fee-free activities include round table meetings and discussion forum activities. All educational activities contain a link to ISACA knowledge. The ISACA Belgium Chapter also organizes twice per year ISACA exam certification bootcamps in English to prepare exam particpants for their ISACA CISA, CISM, CGEIT and CRISC exam. The ISACA Belgium Chapter is with more than 800 members one of the largest ISACA chapters in Europe. ISACA Belgium chapter members are also active in ISACA international research activity (for example around COBIT, Cloud, BMIS, Val IT, Risk IT) and ISACA international task forces and are regularly asked as speaker for ISACA international conferences and online webinars.
Globalisation has opened many doors, allowing organisations to access a wider range of suppliers, expand into new markets and spur business growth. At the same time, however, it has increased risk exposure and placed greater demands on financial and business risk management. Whether you are a compliance specialist or procurement professional, tackling governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) across vast supply chains or third-party networks poses a challenge.
LexisNexis® offers a range of flexible, cost-effective risk management solutions backed by best-in-class global news, company, regulatory and legal content. Our tools enable you to assess risk potential, conduct due diligence and on going monitoring.
Transparency International Belgium’s vision is a world in which governments, politics, economic activity, civil society and people’s daily lives are free from corruption. The values of Transparency International Belgium are transparency, responsibility, integrity, solidarity, courage, justice and democracy.