January 2017 -
In this episode of Fraud Talk, Bret Hood, CFE, the director of 21st Century Learning & Consulting, explains how fraud examiners can suffer from choice paralysis when receiving large amounts of information through data analytics.
January 2017 -
December 2016 - In this interview with David Debenham, J.D., LLM, MSc, CFE, DIFA, C.F.I., C.F.S., Co-Chair, Supreme Court of Canada Practice Group, Co-Chair, Fraud Law of McMillan LLP, he discusses the impact of Canadian privacy laws on fraud investigations as established by the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) and the Digital Privacy Act.
BBB CEO Discusses Common Scams and How to Protect Yourself-Steve McFarland-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 51
November 2016 - In this interview with Steve McFarland, CEO of the Better Business Bureau of Los Angeles and Silicon Valley, he shares some commons scams he has seen targeting seniors and other consumers and discusses how to prevent them.
50th Episode: Wells Fargo, Number-Changing Credit Cards and Managing Fraud Risk-Bruce Dorris-John Gill-ACFE Fraud Talk
October 2016 - To commemorate the 50th episode of Fraud Talk, ACFE VP and Program Director Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA, and ACFE VP of Education John Gill, J.D., CFE, highlight three news stories and what they mean for fraud examiners.
September 2016 - In this interview with Kelly Todd, CFE, CPA, CFF, Vice President at Forensic Strategic Solutions, we discuss a corruption case in a public school system in North Carolina. The district lost more than $3 million after a local company sent the district phony invoices and then kicked back some of the money to the director and other employees of the district’s transportation department.
Easy Ways Businesses Can Protect Themselves From Identity Theft-Liseli Pennings-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 48
August 2016 - From the complexities of multi-layer authentication to simple practices like electronically wiping equipment before disposal, Liseli Pennings, CFE, training director of the ACFE, shares some ways that organizations can protect themselves from becoming victims of identity theft.
July 2016 - This month, we speak with Laura Hymes, CFE, ACFE Managing Editor, about two cases discussed in the Bribery and Corruption Casebook
June 2016 - Mary Breslin, CFE, CIA, president of Empower Audit, shares the lessons she learned from her very first fraud case and the red flags she spotted within the first 10 minutes of a routine audit.
May 2016 - Annette Simmons-Brown, CFE, Senior Paralegal at the Hennepin County Attorney’s Office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, explains how two embezzlers — one of a small community bank and the other of a credit union — committed crimes against their employers, and the preventive measures each institution could have used to deter these schemes.
The Panama Papers: Is Tax Avoidance Just a Distraction?-Jeffrey Robinson-ACFE Fraud Talk-Episode 44-Part 2 of 2
April 2016 - Jeffrey Robinson, bestselling author of 30 books and anti-money laundering expert, discusses what the recent 2.6 terabyte data leak means in the grander scheme of global corruption.