| ||CPE Credits: 2 |
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Understanding of basic fraud examination techniques
Fraud risks are growing increasingly sophisticated, global and... local? Today, some fraud schemes have become so sophisticated that they've come virtually full circle. Learn how technology is allowing fraud perpetrators to target smaller businesses in unique and disconcerting new ways and why and how these businesses are typically more vulnerable than their larger counterparts.
This course will look at fraud risk trends facing smaller businesses in this new decade. Explore the technologies that are being combined with new and emerging fraud schemes, allowing fraudsters to target, defraud, destabilize and devastate smaller businesses in short periods of time. Included will be actual case studies, red flags and best practices for preventing, identifying, mitigating and responding to these schemes.
What you will learn:
Various fraud risk trends affecting smaller businesses
Red flags of impending and successful schemes
Best practices for preventing, identifying, mitigating and responding to these schemes
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Presenter: Jon McDowall CFE, CII, CPI, PCI, CIFI
Recording Date: June 24, 2010
Duration: 100 Minutes
Field of study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications
Last Updated: March 2013
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