Developing and Defining a NextGen Anti-Fraud Culture

January 28, 2022 | 1:00 p.m. CT
Duration: 100 minutes
CPE Credits: 2

The concept that culture is pivotal in combatting fraud may not be news. But establishing a strong anti-fraud culture can be elusive and even more difficult to measure. Fraud is continuing to evolve and grow, making it more important than ever for you to leverage your biggest tool—your people.  

A next generation (NextGen) anti-fraud culture will push the boundaries. Rather than relying on standard training and hiring good people, a greater focus on codifying and measuring culture to enhance fraud risk management will better combat the ever-evolving threat of fraud every organization faces. 

This webinar will explore what good, better and best look like when it comes to anti-fraud culture and examine approaches and best practices each step of the way. This insight will enable you to enhance your fraud risk management program and move towards a NextGen anti-fraud culture. 


You will learn how to

  • Measure or assess anti-fraud culture. 
  • Determine what good, better and best look like when it comes to anti-fraud culture. 
  • Identify best practices and approaches for achieving a NextGen anti-fraud culture. 


Sophia Carlton

Sophia Carlton, CFE



Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Course Level: Basic
Prerequisite: None
Advanced Prep: None
Delivery Format: Group Internet Based

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