Developing the entire fraud picture
5 most scandalous fraud cases of 2020
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The Benefits of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a constantly evolving technology, and some fraud examiners may not be sure how to harness it to detect and prevent fraud. In this video, John Hurlimann, CFE, Global Intelligence, Event & Executive Security Manager at Intel Corporation, describes how fraud examiners can use AI to bolster their investigations. View the video.

From the President

We’re remote, but we must connect

By Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA
Fraud in the News

Ponzi schemer flees on water scooter, shysters rent parking spots and more

Compiled by Dick Carozza, CFE
Case in point

The case of the disappearing printer ink

By Michael Yamma, CFE, and Brian Malloy, CFE
Fraud Edge

Cyberattacks in higher education at an epidemic level

By Cindy Greenman Ph.D., CFE; Ross Johnston, Ph.D., CPA; and Derrick Esplin, Ph.D., CPA
Innovation Update

Are data-sharing consortiums the future of anti-fraud?

By Vincent M. Walden, CFE, CPA
Global Fraud Footprint

2021 outlook for fighting fraud in Europe

By Mason Wilder, CFE
Fraud Basics

Open public entities’ ledgers for transparency

By Ken Dieffenbach, CFE
Career Connection

Time to shake things up

By Tracy G. Swaim, CFE
Taking Back the ID

Covid-19 and utility bill scams

By Robert Holtfreter, Ph.D., CFE
5 most scandalous fraud cases of 2020
Keys to the kingdom: oilfield fraud
A pillar of anti-fraud education says farewell
Video

The Benefits of Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a constantly evolving technology, and some fraud examiners may not be sure how to harness it to detect and prevent fraud. In this video, John Hurlimann, CFE, Global Intelligence, Event & Executive Security Manager at Intel Corporation, describes how fraud examiners can use AI to bolster their investigations. View the video.

Keys to the kingdom: oilfield fraud
I am a CFEI'm a CFE
My career advice is to talk a little and listen a lot. And measure your evidence twice but record it only once. — Alan E. Small, CFE
A pillar of anti-fraud education says farewell