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5-Minute Fraud Quiz Challenge

Welcome to the 5-Minute Fraud Quiz designed to test your basic understanding of fraud investigations. Are you ready? Set your timer for 5 minutes and start. Good luck!

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  1. When setting up an investigations unit, which factor is most critical for determining whether to outsource investigations or create an internal team?

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2. Which of the following is a primary advantage of having an in-house investigation unit compared to outsourcing investigations?

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3. During the evidence collection phase, which type of evidence is characterized by its direct proof of a fact without the need for inference?

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4. In maintaining the chain of custody, which of the following is NOT a necessary component to document?

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5. Which investigation approach is best when dealing with highly technical and specialized fraud cases?

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6. What is the primary purpose of the fraud theory approach in investigations?

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7. Which of the following best describes the principle of ‘moving from general to specific’ in investigative interviews?

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8. In disciplinary hearings, what is the significance of the ‘balance of probabilities’ standard?

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9. What is a critical factor to consider when evaluating the performance of an investigations function?

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10. Which of the following is an example of testimonial evidence that is likely to be admissible in court?

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Test your knowledge of the Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019

In this digital era of the Internet of Things, and AI,  the protection of personal data has never been more crucial. Your data is in so many places – your place of work, school, hospital, bankers – almost everywhere you go! Your privacy is in the hands of any third parties. However, with increasing data breaches and the misuse of personal information, understanding and adhering to data protection laws is not just a legal obligation but a trust between individuals and organizations. The Uganda"Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019", largely inspired by the General Data Protection Regulations of the European Union, sets forth comprehensive guidelines and requirements for the proper handling, processing, and protection of personal data.

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1. Principles of Data Protection

Under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," which of the following is NOT listed as a principle of data protection?

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2. Rights of Data Subjects

 

The "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" enhances the rights of data subjects. Which of the following is NOT a right of a data subject under this act?

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3. Obligations of Data Controllers and Processors

According to the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," data controllers and processors have specific obligations. Which of the following is NOT an obligation of data controllers and processors as per the act?

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4. Penalties for Non-Compliance

The "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" stipulates penalties for non-compliance. Which of the following penalties is NOT mentioned in the act?

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5. Data Subject Access Request

What must a data controller provide to a data subject making an access request under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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6. Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)

When is a DPIA required under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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7. International Data Transfers

Under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," which of the following conditions must be met for international data transfers?

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8. Data Breach Notification

Within how many hours must a data breach likely to result in a risk to the rights and freedoms of natural persons be reported to the supervisory authority?

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9. Role of the Data Protection Officer (DPO)

Which of the following is NOT a responsibility of the Data Protection Officer as defined by the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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10. Processing of Special Categories of Personal Data

Special categories of personal data include all of the following EXCEPT:

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11. Consent of the Data Subject

Under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," consent of the data subject must be:

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12. Transparency Requirements

What does the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" require of data controllers in terms of transparency?

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13. Data Retention Periods

The "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" stipulates that personal data should not be kept for longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data are processed. However, it allows for extended retention periods for what purpose?

 

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14. Rights Related to Automated Decision Making and Profiling

Which of the following is a right of data subjects regarding automated decision-making and profiling under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"

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15. Security Measures for Data Protection

What does the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" require regarding security measures for personal data?

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16. Complaints Procedure

The "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" provides data subjects the right to lodge a complaint with:

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17. Penalties and Compensation

For non-compliance with the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," which of the following is a possible penalty?

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18. Exemptions and Derogations

Which of the following is considered an exemption under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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19. Processing of Children's Data

The "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" stipulates specific conditions for the processing of children's personal data. Which is true?

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20. Legitimate Interests

Under what condition can processing be justified on the grounds of legitimate interests according to the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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21. Role of Supervisory Authority

What is one of the primary roles of the supervisory authority under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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22. Impact of Non-compliance on Data Controllers and Processors

What is the direct impact of non-compliance with the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" on data controllers and processors?

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23. Data Portability

Under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," what does the right to data portability allow a data subject to do?

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24. Jurisdiction and Territorial Scope

The "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" applies to:

 

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25. Processing for Research Purposes

Which of the following is true regarding the processing of personal data for scientific or historical research purposes under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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26. Use of Personal Data in Marketing

What does the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019" require for the use of personal data in direct marketing?

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27. Automated Individual Decision-Making, Including Profiling

Which statement accurately reflects the Act's stance on automated individual decision-making, including profiling?

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28. Processing of Personal Data Relating to Criminal Convictions and Offences

Under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," processing personal data relating to criminal convictions and offences or related security measures is:

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29. Consent Withdrawal

Under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019," how is the withdrawal of consent by a data subject addressed?

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30. Data Protection by Design and by Default

What does the principle of "Data Protection by Design and by Default" entail under the "Data Protection and Privacy Act 2019"?

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Test your AML knowledge.

How well are you equipped when it comes to effective implementation of AML requirements? Test your knowledge. Take the quiz now! Its timed for 10 minutes.

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1. Which of the following best explains the principle of "Know Your Customer" (KYC) applied within AML frameworks?

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2. Under the FATF Recommendations, which of the following is NOT considered a predicate offence for money laundering?

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3. The Financial Action Task Force (FATF) Recommendation 8 focuses on which of the following entities?

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4. What does the term "Proliferation Financing" refer to, according to the Anti-Terrorism (Amendment) Act 2022?

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5. Which of the following is NOT a role of the Board in AML/CFT efforts?

 

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6. In the context of AML/CFT, what is the significance of conducting a National Risk Assessment (NRA)?

 

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7. Which of the following best describes the consequence of non-compliance with AML/CFT regulations, as indicated in the Anti-Money Laundering law?

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8. How does FATF evaluate the effectiveness of a country's AML/CFT measures?

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9. The "risk-based approach" recommended by FATF requires financial institutions to:

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10. What is the purpose of targeted financial sanctions related to proliferation, as mentioned in the FATF Recommendations?

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