||CPE Credits: 2
Course Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: An understanding of data analytics as it relates to fraud detection and examination
New innovations in text mining, data visualization, statistical and sentiment analysis are assisting companies with proactively identifying rogue employee behavior. From insider trading, sales force monitoring, data protection and global corruption, companies are taking this risk-based, targeted approach to focusing their investigative and compliance monitoring efforts. In this course, learn how leading companies are integrating new anti-fraud analytics into their internal audit, investigation or compliance work programs.
What you will learn:
The global fraud and corruption risk landscape
The four key elements of effectively integrating forensic data analytics into an anti-corruption program
How text mining, data visualization and statistical analysis is changing the way we look for suspicious transactions, vendors and employees
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Presenters: Vincent Walden, CFE, CPA
Recording Date: July 26, 2012
Duration: 100 Minutes
field of study: specialized knowledge and applications
Last Updated: July 2012
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