Don't miss opportunities to help organizations during fraud aftershocks
Teaming with anti-fraud pros of many stripes
Video

Don't become a victim of ransomware

Bill Hardin, CFE, explains the ways in which ransomware operationalizes and what fraud examiners can do to prevent against attacks. View the video.

From the President

Anti-fraud training to possible sentinels

By Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA
Innovation Update

Avoiding bias in fraud risk management programs

By Vincent M. Walden, CFE, CPA
Taking Back the ID

Tax season has ended but scams haven't

By Robert E. Holtfreter, Ph.D., CFE
Global Fraud Footprint

Illegal wildlife trade and fraud

By Mason Wilder, CFE
Fraud Basics

It's not just VCRs they're after anymore

By Sean McGrath, CFE, CPA
Fraud in the News

Influencer marketing fraud, tax-credit fraud, restaurateur defrauds

Compiled by Emily Primeaux, CFE

Teaming with anti-fraud pros of many stripes
Transforming corporate cultures
Stepping up and standing out
Video

Don't become a victim of ransomware

Bill Hardin, CFE, explains the ways in which ransomware operationalizes and what fraud examiners can do to prevent against attacks. View the video.

Transforming corporate cultures
I am a CFEI'm a CFE
I have a strong sense of justice and protection, especially for the vulnerable. That is what makes my concern for victims of fraud so deeply personal. A fraudster enters your life with a smile, builds trust and then proceeds to take full advantage of that position with absolutely no regard for his victim. — Norman DeBoer, CFE
Stepping up and standing out