ACFE Fraud Prevention Check-Up
Is your organization vulnerable to fraud? Do you have adequate controls in place to prevent it? Test your company’s fraud health with the ACFE Fraud Prevention Check-Up containing valuable resources for your company's ongoing fight against fraud.
EthicsLine is the official hotline of the ACFE, offering confidential, anonymous reporting services in 150 languages, 24/7/365.
Fraud's Hidden Cost to You and Your OrganizationAvailable exclusively for CFEs, Fraud's Hidden Cost is designed to educate employees about the warning signs of fraud and what to do if they suspect it.
Fraud Risk AssessmentAn invaluable resource for fraud examiners to use in identifying and addressing their clients' or employers' vulnerabilities to internal fraud. Fraud professionals can use the Fraud Risk Assessment to assist organizations in identifying fraud risks and developing a fraud risk assessment. For non-members, click here to receive three free modules of the ACFE’s Fraud Risk Assessment Tool.
Find a CFEGrow your network or simply find an anti-fraud professional to help you overcome your latest challenge. Search for Certified Fraud Examiners by geographic area or industry.
Sample Fraud Examination DocumentsTo assist in all aspects of the fraud examination process, we have prepared sample policies, engagement proposals and reports, consent forms, checklists and tools. Click here to access the sample documents.
Fraud Brainstorming: Planning to Find Fraud
Listening to the Words: Detecting Deception in What They Say
How Vigilant is Vigilant Enough? Transactional Data Testing can Multiply your FCPA Compliance and Investigative Efforts
Sleeping Well Amidst Increasing Government Scrutiny: Here Are Practical Ways to Examine FCPA Compliance
The 10 Tell-Tale Signs of Deception: The Words Reveal
Corporate Smartphones in Danger! Understand the Weaknesses and Keep Devices Safe
Falsifying Government Claims and Insider Trading: Feds are Vigilant in Wake of Economic Crisis
Hotlines for Heroes: Making a Fraud Hotline Accessible and Successful
Audit Committees Should Be Worried: How to Help Committee Members Maintain Their Integrity and Prevent Fraud
Reducing Vendor Fraud Risk: Using the Excluded Parties List System
Who Owns Fraud? Uniting Everyone to Effectively Manage the Anti-Fraud Program
FCPA Instills Fear: Training in Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Compliance
Examination ‘Bad Words’: How CFEs can Avoid Potential Defamation Pitfalls
The Fraud-Terror Link: Terrorists are Committing Fraud to Fund Their Activities
Fraud Triangle Analytics: Breaking the Status Quo in E-mail Review
Being Ready for the Worst: Preparing for Fraud and Corruption Investigations and Remediation
Unhealthy Procedures: Medical Identity Theft
Fraud in Nonprofit Organizations: Emulating SOX's Best Practices
Identity Theft: Fighting For Our Privacy