February 2021: In this episode, Stephen Griffin, CPA, describes how his professional and personal lives changed after discovering fraud and corruption in a youth sports company
The 5 Most Scandalous Fraud Cases of 2020_Bruce Dorris_Mandy Moody_Mason Wilder_Fraud Talk Episode 104
This month's podcast is the ACFE's latest Facebook Live recording during which ACFE President and CEO Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA, ACFE Communications Manager Mandy Moody, CFE, and ACFE Senior Research Editor Mason Wilder, CFE, unveiled the five most scandalous fraud schemes of 2020. The article is available now on Fraud-Magazine.com.
Mike Ware, CFE and Inspector General for the U.S. Small Business Administration, discusses the challenges his office faced in preventing and detecting fraud affecting COVID-19 stimulus programs.
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Anti-Fraud Field - Dr. Lisa Walker - Fraud Talk - Episode 102
Earlier this year, the ACFE hosted a webinar titled, “A Conversation About Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Anti-Fraud Field,” which is free and available to view for all ACFE members. In this month's episode of Fraud Talk, you'll hear an excerpt where the four panelists share who should be involved in this discussion and why. They also share how anti-fraud professionals can make belonging an integral part of workplace culture.
In this episode, Arpinder Singh, CFE, Partner and Head of India and Emerging Markets, Forensic & Integrity Services at EY, highlights how cybercrimes like BEC scams, phishing and account takeover have risen and will continue to rise over the next year.
Behind the Scenes of Wirecard’s Billion-Dollar Accounting Fraud - Brian Fox - Mason Wilder - Fraud Talk - Episode 100
Listen to Mason Wilder, CFE, ACFE Senior Research Specialist, and Brian Fox, vice president of strategic partnerships at Thomson Reuters and president & founder of Confirmation, discuss the rise and fall of the German payments group, Wirecard.
In this clip from the upcoming September/October Fraud Magazine interview with retired U.S. DEA special agents Steve Murphy and Javier Peña, the former agents talk about the work they did in Colombia investigating notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. Peña spent three harrowing years in Colombia tracking Escobor before Murphy joined him for 18 more months that would later become the inspiration behind Netflix's hit show, "Narcos."
While the celebrity college admissions scandal made the largest headlines, there are many other types of fraud that affect colleges and universities. ACFE Research Specialist Julia Johnson, CFE, explains different fraud schemes in higher education and how to prevent them from occurring.
In this episode, ACFE Training Director Jason Zirkle, CFE, discusses the most common fraud schemes to arise during a natural disaster and, more specifically, which scams have arisen as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Lyn Cameron, CFE, LL.B, is the senior director leading Microsoft’s Financial Integrity Unit, and recently, she was elected to the ACFE's Board of Regents. In this episode, Cameron shares advice on what it takes to build a fulfilling career, oversee case management for complex fraud investigations and manage a team that's spread out all over the world.