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Inside Drug Cartels and the Dirty Banks That Serve Them (Webinar CD)

Former federal agent Robert Mazur offers a through the looking glass perspective about the world of money laundering.

Electronic Evidence: Why You Should Care (Webinar CD)

This course will examine the major issues you will encounter when dealing with electronic evidence.

Why We Take the Road to the Ethical Dark Side (Webinar CD)

With this course, you will learn about organizations such as Enron and how the system allowed them to turn to the ethical dark side.

Building a World-Class Compliance Program (Webinar CD)

Learn why an effective compliance program is critical for your organization, what constitutes a “world-class” compliance program and how to go about building one.

A “How-To” Guide to Fraud and Forensics (Webinar CD)

This course will examine elements of fraud, why people commit fraud, fraud detection and prevention, writing fraud reports, and interviewing skills.

Business Corruption and FCPA Issues in China

This course covers some of the key corruption risk areas in China business and through case studies and lessons learned and will provide strategies to mitigate and prevent them.

Procurement Fraud’s Anatomy and Illusiveness (Webinar CD)

The most effective way to identify if your organization is the victim of procurement fraud is to understand procurement fraud itself and this session will help you do just that.

Who's Lying? How to Identify and Document Untruthfulness in Fraud Investigations (Webinar CD)

In this course you will learn advanced techniques for deciding who's telling the truth and who's lying in fraud investigations.

Legal Elements of a Fraud Examination (Webinar CD)

This course covers the basic concepts of fraud in its legal capacity including what evidence is considered admissible and how much is needed to prove your case.

Why Good People Do Bad Things: The Psychology of Workplace Deviance

This course focuses on the psychology of workplace deviance and fraud to help you recognize that good people sometimes do bad things for what they believe are good reasons.