Fraud Perspectives: Nonfungible Tokens
- May 10, 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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Nonfungible tokens, or NFTs, entered the public consciousness in 2021 with a seemingly unending stream of headlines involving staggering price tags for digital images. Since then, many of the art and collectibles that generated those headlines have plummeted in value, but the technology remains a talking point. In this webinar, the presenters will discuss the variety of practical applications for NFTs, how NFTs fit into a “Web 3.0” or “metaverse” future, the fraud implications associated with the technology, and how organizations and professionals can address the fraud risks NFTs pose.
Identify the impact of nonfungible tokens on organizations’ fraud risks
Determine effective techniques for assessing and managing fraud risks related to nonfungible tokens
Relate traditional audit and anti-fraud functions or tasks to the context of nonfungible tokens
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ACFE/IIA Members: $96
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