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  • Vindication at a high price: An interview with James Holzrichter, recipient of the ACFE’s 2015 Sentinel Award 

    When James Holzrichter reported some management issues to his supervisor, he had no idea that he would later discover widespread alleged fraud at Northrop. He’d lose his job, health and 17 years of his life. But he’d retain his integrity and his family’s love.

    Defrauding for fun not need Defrauding for fun not need 

    Does the Fraud Triangle explain fraudsters who steal for enjoyment? The author contends that Dr. Donald Cressey didn’t necessarily develop his theories to explain behavior of those who don’t have financial needs and are predisposed to committing fraud even before organizations hire them.

    Identity theft complaints soar 14.7 percent in 2014 Identity theft complaints soar 14.7 percent in 2014 

    Based on the tremendous increase in data breaches and related compromised records in 2014 plus the soaring incidents of income tax refund fraud, it’s no surprise that identity theft is also growing. The U.S. Federal Trade Commission reports a sizable increase in complaints.

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    Whistleblower James Holzrichter spoke with attendees at the 26th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference about his 17-year ordeal in a defense contractor qui tam suit against Northrop.

 
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