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Fraud: Three-Step Detection & Effective Incident Response

Description:

Fraud: Three-Step Detection &

Effective Incident Response

Tuesday, November 12, 2019

11 AM Eastern (10 AM Central / 9 Mountain / 8 AM Pacific)

2.0 Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credits in Auditing

PROGRAM DESCRIPTION

In this program we’ll tackle two closely related topics: how to detect fraud in three steps, and what to do and avoid once wrongdoing is suspected or found. Our emphasis will be on steps auditors can and should take on your own projects – regardless of industry, years of experience, or leadership preferences.

You’ll learn what can go wrong during initial incident response and deeper investigations, as well as ideas on managing management’s expectations. You’ll get tips on working effectively with legal, human resources, insurance companies and outside authorities once an investigation is under way.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Learning objectives for this program include:

  • Discover how to seamlessly blend fraud risk assessment into planning on every audit project
  • Identify how to detect wrongdoing, theft and fraud on audit projects
  • Recognize red flags and other fraud indicators in behaviors and transaction records
  • Explore incident response roles for auditors – from initial suspicion thru assistance with prosecution
  • Identify what can go wrong during incident response and investigations – and steps you can take to mitigate those risks

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Audit and assurance professionals in internal auditing, governmental auditing and public accounting
  • Compliance professionals
  • CPAs and CAs in public practice, industry or education
  • Certified Fraud Examiners