Informants & whistleblowers: The good, the bad and the ugly
CFEs should follow the important rules when using and managing informants, whistleblowers and cooperating defendants to avoid sabotaging their cases.
Caught by the numbers: Data analytics winnows out possible fraudster
Learn how you can use powerful data analytics tools to narrow your list of suspects for fraud examinations.
CFEs elect three new Regents: Agins, Sizemore and Zack
25th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference to be Dr. Wells’ last
Walt Manning, CFE, President, Investigations MD, outlines the pitfalls of fraud examination on the cloud.
An interview with Louis Freeh: Tempered ambition
Louis Freeh has balanced raising six children with a tenacious ambition that led him to be an FBI special agent, an investigator with the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York, a district court judge and the director of the FBI.
Fleecing the shepherds: When houses of worship become victims of fraud
Houses of worship, as all not-for-profit organizations, are particularly vulnerable to fraud. Read fraudsters' methods and ways congregations can avoid becoming victims while still helping those in need.
Identity theft tax refund fraud: A growing epidemic, part 1 of 2
Identity thieves are using stolen personally identifiable information to file victims' tax returns and then receive their refunds. Here's how they do it and ways to combat and prevent it.
As an expert witness, have you had to use hypothetical situations?