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You've learned how to stop fraudsters from hacking your smartphone. But do you know how to determine whether each mobile recording you make is legal?
In part 2, we'll analyze more stats from the Federal Trade Commission's 2014 Sentinel Data Book and report on additional general identity theft complaint categories that reflect how ID fraudsters rip off individuals.
Unprepared U.S.-based companies can find themselves in hot water if they don't prevent personnel or customers from diverting their products to embargoed countries. Here's how to protect against substantial civil and criminal penalties.
The largest anti-fraud conference in the world provides professionals with practical tools plus some serendipitous networking.
The members of the Board of Regents ruminate on fraudsters' new techniques, the future of the profession, benefits of the CFE credential, starting their own businesses and why they're still fraud examiners after all these years.
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Jacob Parks, J.D., CFE, Associate General Counsel at the ACFE, explains how the findings from the ACFE's new report, Benchmarking Your In-House Fraud Investigation Team, can help organizations effectively make improvements in their fraud investigation teams.
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