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Sessions Eligible for CPE
2G We’ve Been Hacked! Now What?
2I Fraud and Character: The Psychology and Motivations of White-Collar Criminals
4E Fighting Fraud from the Inside with Internal Audit
4I Ethical Baselines and Fraud Risk Assessments: A Holistic Approach
5C Interviewing Techniques: Dealing with Difficult Situations
5I How to Avoid Corporate Scandals and Establish a Culture of Integrity with Whistleblowing and Compliance
7A Social Engineering: How Fraudsters Manipulate and Exploit Their Targets
7F Using Data to Make Your Case: Advanced Formulas for Analysis
9B Searching in the Dark Web: Finding Fraud Online
9K The Shallowest of Men: Murder, Fraud, Money Laundering and the Global Search for Justice
10A Contract Fraud: Don't Overlook the Obvious
10H Fraud Risk Management Panel: Managing Emerging Fraud Risks in the Financial Services and Other Sectors
11B You Can’t Manage What You Can’t Measure
11K Terrorists, Fraudsters and Dirty Politicians: The Underbelly of Social Media and Online Games
12C The Art of Expanding Internet Searches Beyond Social Media
12J Money Laundering Investigations for Fraud Examiners
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Please note: To be eligible for CPE credit, you must complete the final exam within one year of purchase date. You may only claim CPE credit for a course once.