ON-DEMAND WEBINAR

Data Sleuth: Using Data in Occupational Fraud Investigations (On-Demand Webinar)

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Course Level
Overview
CPE
2
Data Sleuth Using Data in Occupational Fraud Investigations On Demand Webinar

Description

The Data Sleuth Process is a simple, effective and repeatable analysis using Excel to uncover, quantify and report occupational fraud investigation findings. In this on-demand webinar, instructor Leah Wietholter, CFE, uses interactive case studies to demonstrate how a combination of common data sources, such as bank and credit card statements and payroll reports, can quantify losses and provide you with the proof you need to take the next steps in your investigations.

 

Prerequisites

None

You Will Learn How To:

Apply the Data Sleuth Process to real-life fraud investigations

Define the Data Sleuth Process and identify the steps involved in the process.

Leverage financial records and data analytics to quantify fraud losses.

CPE Information

CPE Credit: 2
NASBA Information: Auditing
Advanced Preparation: None
Last Updated: February 2022

Credit by Field of Study

Presenter

Leah Wietholter, CFE, PI - Speaker


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