Fraud Perspectives: Blockchain, Crypto and KYC (Rebroadcast)
- Feb 8, 2023 11:00 a.m.
- Central Time (CT)
Presented jointly by the ACFE and The IIA
The ACFE and IIA are joining forces to help you navigate six emerging technologies and threats that impact both anti-fraud professionals and auditors.
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Blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies have moved beyond abstract buzzwords and are being incorporated into regular business operations worldwide. These technologies provide businesses and consumers alike with new opportunities, but they also present risks and challenges that must be addressed in organizations’ audit and anti-fraud programs. In this webinar, the presenters will discuss audit and fraud examination implications associated with these technologies and their implementations.
While this webinar was previously recorded, a subject matter expert will be online answering your questions live during the rsession.
Knowledge of the current state of technology and alternative currencies.
Identify the impact of blockchain and cryptocurrencies on organizations’ fraud risks and know-your-customer (KYC) programs
Determine effective techniques for assessing and managing fraud risks related to cryptocurrency transactions
Relate the use of blockchain technologies to an organization’s audit, KYC and anti-fraud activities
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ACFE/IIA Members: $96
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