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In 2023, the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations of the Treadway Commission (COSO) and the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) released an update to the 2016 Fraud Risk Management Guide. In every chapter, the application of a data-driven anti-fraud program is emphasized as a best practice. In this webinar, co-author Vincent Walden will discuss practical, easy-to-use applications of data analytics to improve your fraud risk management program. Walden will also explore leading innovations from MIT and Harvard Business School, and discuss how to apply industry-building AI and statistical models to effectively profile high-risk payments to third parties focused on vendor fraud, circumvention of controls and corruption.
Working knowledge of data analytics in risk management
You Will Learn How To:
Align your fraud risk management program to the five fraud risk management principles listed in the updated COSO/ACFE Guidance.
Apply recent anti-fraud research out of MIT and Harvard Business School that measures potentially improper payments from both a precision and accuracy perspective.
Navigate new statistical metrics being used to demonstrate fraud risk management and corporate compliance effectiveness to both management and regulators.
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Vincent Walden, CFE - Speaker
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