Protecting your company with employee monitoring
Eric Feldman, CFE, CIG, Senior Vice President and Managing Director, Corporate Ethics and Compliance Programs at Affiliated Monitors, Inc., discusses the importance of employee monitoring and how organizations should “police the culture.”
Inside the mind of a fraudster
John D. Gill, J.D., CFE, Vice President – Education at the ACFE, discusses the motivations behind fraud schemes and why organizations should consider the human element when designing internal controls.
How one fraudster rationalized his crimes
Convicted fraudster Chuck Gallagher explains why he started stealing money from a trust and how his embezzlement shows the Fraud Triangle in practice.
Digital currencies as a vehicle for fraud
John Bandler, CFE, CAMS, CISSP, Founder of the Bandler Group LLC & Bandler Law Firm PLLC, explains how digital currencies can be used anonymously anywhere in the world to steal identities, but that regulatory advancements are making a positive impact.
Auditing for internal fraud
Bethmara Kessler, CFE, Vice President of Corporate Audit at Campbell Soup Company, explains how data analysis has changed internal audit strategies and the critical skills needed for auditors to be more effective.
Fighting the threat of identity theft
Steven Weisman, J.D., Professor at Bentley University, explains ways to combat the challenges of fighting identity theft, who the criminals are and how to create a more secure password.
Top lies people tell
Steve van Aperen, the Human Lie Detector, spoke to attendees at the 27th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference about the top lies that men and women tell. Visit Fraud Conference News for more liespotting tips from van Aperen.
R.A. Wilson, CFE, Vice President of Fraud & Compliance at Sedgwick, Inc., discusses the importance of building relationships and communicating your value with clients.
Paying “tolls” leads to FCPA violation
Convicted fraudster Richard Bistrong explains how his first head nod of agreement to pay the “toll” in Tierra del Fuego led to long-term bribery and corruption, and his decision to ignore the wider impacts of his crimes.