Fraud Recon

$75.00

Fraud Recon

Upon purchase, you will immediately be redirected to confirm your registration information and enter the webinar.

You must participate in all polling and/or audience engagement tools to earn NASBA CPE credit

(Interview-style session and panel discussion)

John Hall & Steve Biskie

Credit Hours: 2.5

Field of Study: Auditing

Prerequisites: At least 2 years of education or experience in auditing, accounting or governance and at least some exposure to and knowledge of fraud related terminology.

Level: Intermediate

In this program, we’ll address how to replace outdated theories on fraud, and what we should be using instead.  We’ll tackle advanced methods of detection and deterrence in a new world of exposure to fraud risk.  Learn three steps of handing fraud exposure, and what to do (and not do!) once wrongdoing is suspected or found. Our emphasis will be on steps leaders, managers and auditors can and should take every day – regardless of industry, organization culture, years of experience, or leadership style.

Major subjects:

  • Replacing outdated theories and tools of fraud detection and deterrence
  • Steps for handling suspected fraud
  • Everyday actions that can be taken to detect and deter fraud
  • Data and behavioral analysis in fraud detection and deterrence

Learning objectives:

  • Identify three steps for handling fraud risk
  • Identify at least one outdated theory related to fraud and what we should use instead
  • Identify at least one data analysis tool and one behavioral tool for fraud detection

 

 

 

 

Description

Fraud Recon

Upon purchase, you will immediately be redirected to confirm your registration information and enter the webinar.

You must participate in all polling and/or audience engagement tools to earn NASBA CPE credit

(Interview-style session and panel discussion)

John Hall & Steve Biskie

Credit Hours: 2.5

Field of Study: Auditing

Prerequisites: At least 2 years of education or experience in auditing, accounting or governance and at least some exposure to and knowledge of fraud related terminology.

Level: Intermediate

In this program, we’ll address how to replace outdated theories on fraud, and what we should be using instead.  We’ll tackle advanced methods of detection and deterrence in a new world of exposure to fraud risk.  Learn three steps of handing fraud exposure, and what to do (and not do!) once wrongdoing is suspected or found. Our emphasis will be on steps leaders, managers and auditors can and should take every day – regardless of industry, organization culture, years of experience, or leadership style.

Major subjects:

  • Replacing outdated theories and tools of fraud detection and deterrence
  • Steps for handling suspected fraud
  • Everyday actions that can be taken to detect and deter fraud
  • Data and behavioral analysis in fraud detection and deterrence

Learning objectives:

  • Identify three steps for handling fraud risk
  • Identify at least one outdated theory related to fraud and what we should use instead
  • Identify at least one data analysis tool and one behavioral tool for fraud detection