How Fraud Examiners Can Prepare for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - Malaika Nolde - ACFE Fraud Talk - Episode 65

January 29, 2018

January 2018 - Lawyer and privacy auditor Malaika Nolde, LL.M., CFE, discusses how the new regulation rolling out May 1, 2018, will affect companies not just in Europe, but all over the world.

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How One Hotel’s Guest Records Ended Up in the Hands of the Aryan Brotherhood - Sean McCleskey - ACFE Fraud Talk - Episode 64

December 15, 2017

December 2017 - Sean McCleskey, J.D., a former Special Agent with the U.S. Secret Service and the current Director of Organizational Education and Measurement at the University of Texas' Center for Identity, shares the details of the largest identity theft case to hit the city of San Antonio, Texas. McCleskey discusses the case from investigation to prosecution and predicts the challenges fraud examiners will face with identity protections in 2018.

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Buyer Beware: Are Initial Coin Offerings the Newest Investment Vehicle or the ‘Biggest Scam Ever’? - Jordan Underhill - ACFE Fraud Talk - Epsiode 63

November 14, 2017

November 2017 - Jordan Belfort, the Wolf of Wall Street, called them “the biggest scam ever.” Others say they’re the future of digital technology. In this episode of Fraud Talk, Emily Primeaux, CFE, Fraud Magazine Associate Editor, interviews Jordan Underhill, J.D., CFE, ACFE Legal Writer, about Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) — investment vehicles that offer digital assets called “tokens.” The token sale is similar to a Kickstarter campaign, except it uses the technology behind bitcoin to verify transactions.

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The Stories Numbers Tell: How One Woman Stole $53 Million Over 20 Years - Kelly Richmond Pope - ACFE Fraud Talk - Epsiode 62

October 17, 2017

October 2017 - This month, Andi McNeal, CFE, CPA, ACFE Research Director, interviews Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope, CPA, filmmaker and Associate Professor of Accounting at DePaul University. Together, they discuss Pope’s latest documentary, “All the Queen’s Horses”, a film examining bookkeeper Rita Crundwell and the largest municipal fraud in U.S. history.

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The Price of Health Care Fraud-Jacqueline Bloink-Jerri Rowe-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 61

October 11, 2017

September 2017 - In this episode, health care fraud experts Jacqueline Bloink, CFE, CHC and Jerri Rowe, CFE, examine the high cost of health care fraud, not only in monetary terms, but in peoples’ well-being as well. They also discuss setting up their new health care group within the ACFE Community.

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How Your Refrigerator Could Make You Vulnerable to Fraud-Amber Mac-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 60

October 11, 2017

August 2017 - In this episode, entrepreneur, bestselling author, blogger and TV/radio host Amber Mac discusses how emerging consumer technology will affect the landscape of fraud examination. Mac will also be addressing these topics, and more, during the 2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada.

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ACFE Stories: How a Real Estate Appraiser and a Sports Junkie Became Private Investigators-Hal Humphreys-Brian Willingham-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 59

October 11, 2017

July 2017 - Hal Humphreys, CFE, owner of FIND Investigations and Brian Willingham, CFE, owner of Diligentia Group, discuss how they each found their way to the field of private investigation.

 
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ACFE Stories: How Blowing the Whistle and a Lay Off Led to Two Anti-Fraud Practices-Tiffany Couch-Janet McHard-ACFE Fraud Talk-Epsiode 58

October 11, 2017

June 2017 - In this episode, fellow CFEs Tiffany Couch and Janet McHard recall their first meeting and share their stories of opening up their own practices. Couch, CFE, CPA/CFF is the principal of Acuity Forensics and McHard, CFE, CPA, MAFF, CFF, is the founding partner of McHard Accounting Consulting LLP.

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Frankenstein Loans: A Monstrous Case of Employee Theft-Pamela Mantone-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 57

October 11, 2017

May 2017 -
This month's episode features an interview with Pamela Mantone, CFE, CPA, CFF, and Director at Elliott Davis Decosimo in Chattanooga, Tennessee, about a credit union employee who funneled more than $350,000 in fictitious loans into manufactured accounts.

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Mailing Madoff: What Fraud Examiners Can Learn From Talking to Fraudsters-David Weber-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 56

October 11, 2017

April 2017 - In this episode, David Weber, J.D., CFE, Academic Director of Fraud Management programs at the Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland, discusses his unique relationship with convicted fraudster Bernie Madoff.

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