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Senior U.S. District Judge Jed S. Rakoff, keynoter at the upcoming 27th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference, hasn't shied from vividly chastising Wall Street and the U.S. government in the wake of the Great Recession.
Fraud examiners have used Benford's Law for years to detect anomalies and possible fraud in organizations' ledgers and journals. Now the author is researching a method to analyze letters of the alphabet in business documents to find fraud patterns.
In his first full-length interview after exiting prison and nearly 15 years since Enron's demise, Andrew Fastow, former Enron CFO, describes how the toxic corporate culture and his rationalizations led to one of the largest and most well-known cases of corporate fraud and corruption.
Fraudsters are targeting millennials because of their alleged lax social media habits and optimistic natures. Learn how you can thwart perpetrators by concentrating on this large vulnerable demographic.
ACFE faculty members share more notable cases from the trenches with practical principles that you can apply.
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Tim Harvey, CFE, Director of U.K. Operations at the ACFE, discusses alternative currencies and how block chain technology can be used in business transactions and to prevent crime.
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