Crime in Business and the Business of Crime

Crime in Business and the Business of Crime

In the 90s, smash-and-grab thefts at jewelry stores accompanied by security footage dominated the news more than foreign hackers and cyberattacks.  

Seemingly overnight, everything changed. Suddenly criminals figured it out — you don’t have to use a gun to commit a crime anymore. You can rob people from far away — from another country even — without worrying about ending up in a shootout with a cop. 

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Data-Driven Investigation Leads to Second Ongoing Offense

Data-Driven Investigation Leads to Second Ongoing Offense

In 2015, a complaint was received from an ophthalmologist concerning inconsistent refund amounts that had begun appearing in her financial system. The ophthalmologist explained that under the new Ontario Health Insurance Plan (OHIP) rules, her office charges $75 for an adult eye exam. If an ocular-related disease is discovered, then OHIP will cover the exam and the $75 charge is refunded.

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