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Fraud Detection & Prevention is designed for audit/assurance, control, and risk professionals responsible for monitoring and/oir investigating fraud activities. This stream addresses fraud risks, investigative approaches, continuous monitoring, and data analytics.

Training Courses

Data Analysis and Data Mining as Fraud Investigation Tools (FR04)

Data mining and computer assisted audit techniques (CAATS) are now considered by the audit profession as a core skill. The IIA in their Global Technology Audit Guide #13: Fraud Detection and Prevention in an Automated World, declare “Internal auditors require appropriate skills and should use available technological skills to help them maintain a successful fraud […]

Detecting, Preventing, and Reporting Internal and External Fraud (FR02)

This seminar will provide auditors and other financial professionals with a strong foundation of practical knowledge about how common frauds are committed using a combination of lecture, exercise and group breakout sessions.

Developing a Fraud Risk Assessment (FR05)

Learn and develop the skills necessary to help drive, implement and execute an effective Fraud Risk Assessment as part of an overall Fraud Risk Program through the use of case studies, best practices and interactive exercises with the class.

How to Set Up and Administer an Effective Fraud Awareness Program (FR03)

In this seminar, you will learn how to build a highly effective fraud awareness training program for educating existing employees and new hires so they are well prepared to detect red flags of fraud and blow the whistle.

Understanding, Detecting and Preventing Financial Statement Fraud (FR01)

This course is designed to demonstrate how profoundly destructive financial statement fraud can be and to use that foundation to build a body of knowledge about how these frauds are committed … how to detect them before they “blow up” … and how to minimize the organization’s risk of being a victim of such schemes.