|Fraud in Capital Projects and the Construction Process|
Originally offered on September 25, 2014
This webinar will discuss major location based global risks and the different types of construction frauds in each region, and why the extent of fraud in the construction industry might be worse than reported.
Anti-Money Laundering in the Digital Currency Environment
Originally offered on July 31, 2014
FinCEN's recent guidance regarding digital currencies have sent many digital currency exchanges scrambling themselves into anti-money laundering compliance in an environment that was, until recently, unfettered by government regulation. This session will explore the challenges and opportunities of operating in this arena.
Using Readily Available Information Technology Resources to Assist with Auditing for Fraud
Originally offered on May 29, 2014
This session will explore the vast array of readily available technology resources to assist with auditing for fraud.
Why Good People Do Bad Things: The Psychology of Workplace Deviance
Originally offered on March 27, 2014
This session focuses on the psychology of workplace deviance and fraud to help attendees recognize that good people sometimes do bad things for what they believe are good reasons
The Anatomy of a Bribe
Originally offered on January 30, 2014
This webinar will describe the nature of bribes, where they most oftentimes are concealed, and leading practices used to uncover them. Real case studies and actual examples of bribes will be highlighted to show how best to ferret out and capture bribes.
Lehman's Collapse - Repo 105/108 Transactions: The Anatomy of Accounting Deception
Originally offered on November 21, 2013
This webinar will use the Lehman collapse to illustrate how rules-based accounting (GAAP) can be easily manipulated and how management can knowingly shop for legal opinions in order to cover questionable transactions.
Bring Your Own Device: Keeping Your Investigation from Becoming DOA
Originally offered on September 26, 2013
This presentation will discuss the technical challenges of collecting electronically stored information (ESI) in a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) environment. Attendees will leave this presentation armed with the information and questions necessary to ensure that clients and attorneys have provided the most complete data.
Proactive Strategies for Developing and Managing Compliance Programs
Originally offered on July 25, 2013
This webinar can effectively provide guidance on how to develop a strategic approach to operating an effective and efficient compliance program which can help increase productivity, appease regulations and ultimately reduce costs.
Predictive Analytics to Prioritize Investigations and Audits of Contract Fraud, Waste and Abuse
Originally offered on May 30, 2013
In this webinar, you will learn how the USPS OIG believes that this promising antifraud tool will also aid auditing, postal business operations and other governmental agencies looking to reduce and minimize fraud, waste and abuse.
Fraud Related Interviewing
Originally offered on March 28, 2013
This course will teach you to incorporate the dynamics of the fraud triangle and fraud diamond to the interview process and to prepare an interview strategy based upon the information received from a fraud investigation.
Ethics in an Unethical World
Originally offered on January 31, 2013
In this ACFE webinar you will learn about the challenges all of us face on a day-to-day basis and the personal impacts of each decision we make.
Construction Fraud: Detecting, Controlling & Auditing
Originally offered on September 27, 2012
This course will present attendees with an understanding of fraud's impact upon the industry and discuss the most common forms of construction project fraud.
Positioning for the Future: Creating and Promoting Your Professional Brand in an Evolving Job Market
Originally offered on August 30, 2012
Individuals in all areas of the fraud prevention industry who want to establish themselves as preferred candidates whether as employees, contractors, or consultants will benefit from this webinar.
Integrating Advanced Data Analytics to Identify Rogue Employee Behavior
Originally offered on July 26, 2012
Learn how leading companies are integrating new anti-fraud analytics into their internal audit, investigation or compliance work programs.
Neglected: Saving the Small Business from Occupational Fraud
Originally offered on May 31, 2012
It is estimated that small business employees make up 52% of the work force in the United States yet continue to rank the highest in occupational fraud frequency. Through this webinar, obtain a realistic view along with the impact fraud has on small businesses and how you can help lower those risks.
Business Corruption and FCPA Issues in China
Originally offered on April 26, 2012
This course will cover some of the key risk areas in China business and through case studies and lessons learned will provide strategies to mitigate and prevent them.
Corporate Probation: The Use of Independent Monitors to Improve Compliance and Prevent Fraud
Originally offered on March 29, 2012
This session will explore the increasing use of independent monitoring as a requirement contained in deferred prosecution agreements, civil and criminal settlements, and administrative agreements involving contractor fraud or misconduct.
The Landscape of Whistleblowing: A Personal and Professional Perspective
Originally offered on January 26, 2012
This webinar will cover new whistleblower laws and regulations and their applicability to the fraud examiner community.
Hustlers, Rustlers and The 49th Parallel: A Border, Barrier, or Beach Front Property for Securities Fraud
Originally offered on November 17, 2011
The presentation will begin with an explanation of the shared interests of US and Canada and will share an overview of several multi-jurisdictional issues that the two countries have been involved in. Participants will look specifically at two multi-jurisdictional cases, Sulja Brothers and CMKM Diamonds, which are textbook examples of Edgarizing. Gain extensive knowledge of the securities regulatory and enforcement protocols of these two countries; to the surprise of some, the regimes are more similar than many believe. The fraudulent device, "Edgarizing", which often serves as a platform to US securities markets for shell operations, will also be explained.
Health Care Reform – A Potential Playground for Fraud
Originally offered on September 29, 2011
This presentation, targeted to auditors, law enforcement and investigators, will cover in detail some of the most popular mandates such as: Coverage for over aged dependents, Grandfathered Plans, Rescissions and cancellations of coverage, Pre-existing changes for dependents, Preventative services, Emergency services (In and out of network), medical expense ratio, and the removal of lifetime limits.
Using the Deviant Behaviors of Others to Find Fraud
Originally offered on July 28, 2011
This session will provide a discussion on the possible linkage between fraudsters and pornography and other deviant behaviors identified in the workplace. Finding the next big fraudster could be as simple as finding a few inappropriate images or identifying the overly vulgar and harassing employee.
Why We Take the Road to the Ethical Dark Side
Originally offered on May 26, 2011
In this session you will learn about organizations such as Enron and how the system allowed them to turn to the ethical dark side. Also, explore how the use of the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations (COSO) internal control framework can help identify issues with corporate governance and ethics within organizations today.
Uniform Fraudulent Transfer Act (UFTA): Recouping Fraud Losses
Originally offered on March 31, 2011
This webinar will describe how the UFTA may be used to enable the seizure of the separate personal property and real estate of various family members, assistants, and associates who become instruments of the scheme, often without understanding their own involvement.
Hotlines for Heroes: Creating an Approachable Fraud Reporting Hotline
Originally offered on February 24, 2011
This webinar will explore the creation and marketing of a fraud, waste and abuse hotline to ensure the hotline generates meaningful and reliable tips.
FCPA Lessons Learned - How to Mitigate the Risk of Violations
Originally offered on January 20, 2011
This session will cover important lessons learned from various FCPA cases. Discover, from real examples, the red flags warnings and scenarios that can occur within your company.
Assessing the Risk of Fraud
Originally offered on November 18, 2010
This session will focus on how to develop, deliver and package the results of the assessment to achieve the most value for your company or client.
Business Ethics: Helping Businesses Succeed by Addressing Waste and Abuse
Originally offered on October 28, 2010
In this presentation, attendees will learn how to leverage their skills to transcend the label of being just organizational compliance officer and become a trusted advisor and resource to the management team
Who's Lying? How to Identify and Document Untruthfulness in Fraud Investigations
Originally offered on August 26, 2010
In this interactive webinar, you will learn advanced techniques for deciding who's telling the truth and who's lying in fraud investigations.
Global Schemes with a Local Touch: Fraud Trends affecting Smaller Businesses in the New Decade
Originally offered on June 24, 2010
This interactive and visually engaging presentation will look at fraud risk trends facing smaller businesses in this new decade. Explore the technologies that are being combined with new and emerging fraud schemes, allowing fraudsters to target, defraud, destabilize and devastate smaller businesses in short periods of time.
Compliance 101 For Certified Fraud Examiners
Originally offered on May 27, 2010
In this web conference you'll learn the fundamentals of compliance programs. You'll learn about the US Sentencing Guidelines which lay out the foundations of what makes for effective compliance programs, and how companies across the US, and even globally, are using them to create programs that are effective for finding and fixing legal and ethical problems.
Electronic Evidence: Why You Should Care!
Originally offered on April 22, 2010
This presentation will examine the major issues a fraud examiner will encounter when dealing with electronic evidence. Through the use of current case studies, participants will discover the pitfalls and challenges, as well as the intrinsic value of electronic evidence in forensic investigations.
So You Want to Be a Fraud Examiner?
Originally offered on February 25, 2010
Are you considering becoming your own boss? Nearly six years after becoming a full-time forensic accountant, and three years since starting her own company, Tiffany Couch shares the joy (and pain) of starting and maintaining a thriving practice.
Inside Drug Cartels and the Dirty Banks That Serve Them
Originally offered on January 21, 2010
During his presentation, Mr. Mazur explains why the imagination and creativity of drug lords and their bankers outpace government strategies.
AML/OFAC Risk Assessment - The Cornerstone of an Effective Compliance Shop
Originally offered on December 17, 2009
This webinar will help you understand the criticality of these assessments in the current fraud-ridden environment, the increased importance of risk assessments being advocated by government regulators, and industry best practices for conducting an assessment.
The Rise of Insurance Fraud During an Economic Downturn
Originally offered on September 24, 2009
This webinar will detail diverse issues and dynamics of insurance fraud and the effects the latest scams have on the bottom line of any size business.
Procurement Fraud’s Anatomy & Illusiveness
Originally offered on August 20, 2009
This session breaks down this widespread fraud in a manner that allows you to gain an understanding of its unique characteristics, detection difficulty, type of individual who traditionally commit procurement fraud, and when a conspiracy is required for a scheme.
Securities Fraud: Fundamental Principles and Resources
Originally offered on February 26, 2009
Securities fraud always seems to be in the news, with some of the biggest - like Enron, WorldCom and now Madoff - becoming household names. This webinar will provide you with fundamental principles related to the detection and prevention of securities fraud.
Building a World-Class Compliance Program
Originally offered on January 22, 2009
Learn why an effective compliance program is critical for your organization, what constitutes a "world-class" compliance program and how to go about building one in this ACFE webinar.
Preventing Employee Fraud at the Point of Entry: Legal and Effective Pre-Employment Screening
Originally offered on November 20, 2008
In this session, learn the basics of legal and effective background checks, as well as hiring techniques aimed at identifying and discouraging dishonest applicants in the first place.
Risk Factors and Red Flags of Occupational Fraud
Originally offered on October 23, 2008
In this webinar you will also participate in two case study scenarios where you and other attendees will evaluate the risk for fraud, select investigative procedures to address the risk, and reach conclusions after reviewing results of the investigative procedures.
Taking Anti-Fraud Skills around the Globe
Originally offered on September 25, 2008
This session will highlight the advantages and pitfalls that arise when CFE's take their skills across national boundaries. If you already travel internationally, or are interested in pursuing more international engagements, this session will help you be better prepared and more effective.
A “How-To” Guide to Fraud and Forensics
Originally offered on August 21, 2008
You will develop an understanding of the following concepts: elements of fraud, nature of why people commit fraud, fraud detection and prevention, writing comprehensive fraud reports, financials statement fraud, asset misappropriation schemes and interviewing skills.
Understanding and Disrupting Terrorist Financing
Originally offered on May 29, 2008
This session will discuss four factors necessary to understand the multi-dimensional elements involved in the funding process. It will also provide a comprehensive overview of twelve systemic weaknesses exploited by terrorists, encompassing a variety of criminal activity. In addition, the session will provide an overview of the new generation of terrorist, trends, methodologies and the terrorist attack cycle. The presentation will also include discussion of preventive and detective mechanisms, as well as case studies.
Legal Elements of a Fraud Examination
Originally offered on January 24, 2008
Many anti-fraud professionals experience easily avoidable pitfalls because they are unfamiliar with elementary legal concepts of a fraud examination. This Group-Internet-Based Webinar will introduce you to the basic concepts of fraud in its legal capacity. What evidence is considered relevant and admissible and how much is needed to prove your case, are a few of the topics to be discussed. Other issues to be covered include search of an employee's work space and perceived questioning limitations of employees.
Healthcare Fraud in America
Originally offered on December 20, 2007
In today's society, the healthcare industry is in a state of transition. Faced with many unique regulations, systems, procedures and records, the potential for fraudulent activity in this area is at a heightened state. During this webinar, you will have an overview of the state of healthcare fraud, the schemes and steps taken to curb those bent on defrauding Medicare, Medicaid and other healthcare insurance programs. There will also be discussion of the different agencies involved with the detection and investigations of these particular frauds. Get the information you need to keep up with the latest fraud schemes and related laws affecting this highly complex profession.
Organized Retail Crime
Originally offered on October 25, 2007
This webinar will provide a broad overview and insight into the growing trend of Organized Retail Crime (ORC). This will prepare you to identify when your business has become a target of ORC and provide information on groups you can join to more effectively address them.
Financial Statement Fraud in NonProfit Organizations
Originally offered on August 23, 2007
Financial statement fraud in nonprofit organizations is perpetrated using methods that are very different than those used by commercial businesses, and is committed for very different reasons as well. Financial reporting fraud may be committed by either sham charities or by actual working organizations. And the methods used to commit these frauds may surprise you.
Case Studies in Employee Fraud
Originally offered on June 27, 2007
Learn from the instructor how these perpetrators developed and executed their fraud, how they were individually able to conceal their crime, how it finally unraveled and the ultimate outcome of each.