Gain important fraud-fighting knowledge and learn best-practices from your own office or home computer by participating in our newest learning opportunity for anti-fraud professionals: ACFE Online Learning. ACFE Online Learning courses offer you a convenient way to enhance your anti-fraud skills!
Earn CPE credit for your designation by participating in one of our live webinars, accessing the archived version of a previously held webinar or purchasing a CD-ROM for your professional library.
CPE credits for the online recording are eligible for ACFE CPE but are not NASBA compliant; your licensing body, however, may still grant CPE credit. Please contact the organization from which you plan to claim CPE credit to determine if it grants CPE hours for completion of this course via the online recording.
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|Recent Archived Webinars|
|Why Audits Fail to Find Fraud|
Originally offered on November 20, 2014
This session will use real examples to address some of the reasons that lead to audit failure when identifying fraud.
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