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    jim-ratley-50x50.jpg  From the President and CEO
    Investigating a contemptible fraud 
    emily-primeaux[1].jpg  Fraud in the News
    The latest fraud headlines 
    les-heitger-80x80.jpg  Fraud EDge
    The leading edge of high tech: The collaboration between data mining and digital forensics 
    colin-may-50x50.jpg  Starting Out
    The Profession: Q&A: Advice on breaking into the fraud examination field 
    bob-holtfreter-50x50.jpg  Taking Back the ID
    Beware of these telephone scams – victims are piling up 
    tim-harvey-50x50.jpg  Global Fraud Focus
    Are global mobile phones succeeding where cards are failing? Still seven billion fraud opportunities 
    christopher-knight-50x50.jpg  Fraud Spotlight
    Self-Directed IRAs are ideal fraud targets: Help prevent nest-egg ripoffs 
    emily-primeaux[1].jpg  I'm a CFE
    J. Cameron Thurber, J.D., CFE, counsel to the inspector general and chief investigator, U.S. Federal Election Commission 
  • Fighting a culture of fraud: An interview with Dinesh Thakur 

    Dinesh Thakur, ACFE’s 2014 Sentinel Award recipient, discovered that his employer, Ranbaxy Laboratories, was falsifying data to receive approval of its generic drugs. His near-nine-year ordeal working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration eventually led to Ranbaxy’s seven-felony count guilty plea.

    JulyAug-big-data-confusion-thumb.jpg Big risks require big-data thinking 

    An EY survey indicates that companies need to look at a broader set of risks, incorporate more data sources, use better tools and move to real-time or near-real time analysis of increased data volumes.

    JulyAug-fraud-triangle-thumb.jpg Iconic Fraud Triangle endures: Metaphor diagram helps everybody understand fraud 

    One of the creators of the venerable Fraud Triangle describes its history, rationale and uses for preventing, deterring, detecting and investigating fraud (and other crimes).

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