INDUS Corp Announces New Fraud Consultant

Shiv Krishnan, INDUS

INDUS Corp. has announced Nino Milanese as the new senior fraud consultant for the company’s Digital Forensics and Financial Fraud Protection practice. His tasks include developing fraud protection, data mining and data exchange products and services to address specific mission needs of customers.

With 25 years’ experience in financial fraud detection, Milanese will also provide that service for INDUS as well as identification of improper payments and audit trail developments to the firm’s project teams.

Milanese’s previous experience also includes detecting fraud for the Social Security Administration, as well as supporting SSA investigations post-9/11. He also served as deputy and director of the Center for Security and Integrity.

INDUS CEO Shiv Krishnan praised Milanese’s extensive experience and said he was the right fit for the firm.

“We are pleased to have Nino join the team to leverage the INDUS culture of innovation and responsiveness in support of critical and national challenges surrounding financial fraud and improper payments,” he said. “Nino’s expertise supports INDUS Corporation’s commitment to provide quality services and solutions to address these challenges.”

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