Fraud Perspectives: Virtual Remote Work Forever (Rebroadcast)
- Apr 12, 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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As the world moves on from the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations of all types and from all industries are left with the task of determining the best path forward for their business operations. Many organizations will never again ask their employees to return to the office full time. In this webinar, the presenters will discuss some of the fraud issues that remote work during the pandemic created and how organizations can address these issues as they adapt to the new post-pandemic reality.
While this presentation was previously recorded, the speakers will be online answering your questions live during the rebroadcast.
Identify the impact of virtual remote work on organizations’ fraud risks
Determine effective techniques for assessing and managing fraud risks related to virtual remote work
Relate the advantages and disadvantages of virtual remote work to the context of audit and anti-fraud functions
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ACFE/IIA Members: $96
Senior Director, Enterprise Anti-Fraud
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