Specializing in antifraud for
INSIDER THREAT & FRAUD MANAGEMENT/GOVERNANCE.
Speaking Topic Options
Select the topics you would like to be covered during the training session. Topics can be addressed at a high level, i.e. more general presentation, or an in depth detailed examination of the area.
Antifraud Program Design
- Design – Considerations for policy and procedural design.
- Round Table Discussion – an open discussion where the attendees ask fraud related questions.
Fraud Awareness Training
- Tailored Training – by functional business unit or department, i.e. Board of Directors, C-Suite, department, line management, client facing operations, etc.
- Social Engineering – what is it and how can you protect your organization from it?
Fraud Risk Assessment
- Fraud Risk Assessment – how an annual fraud risk assessment can highlight critical information. (Based on my dual phase design and implementation).
- Fraud Statistics – how to prioritize resources to address risk based on results from applied fraud statistics.
- Evaluation – how an in depth boots on the ground assessment can uncover blind spots in current operations.
- Regulatory Risk Calculation – workshop on how to calculate the potential monetary fine that would be assessed by a regulatory agency should an evaluation be conducted based on existing internal controls and practices.
- Data Analysis – the steps required for all transaction level data analysis regardless of the tests performed.
- Ratio Red Flags for Fraud – financial statement analysis to calculate fraud risk by scheme. (See my book).
- Benford’s Law – mathematical law as applied to fraud detection when analyzing data. (Based on Mark Nigrini‘s research and my design, the Bell Method).
- Tools – potential tools that can be implemented to assist with the prevention & detection portions of the program.
- Basic Axioms and Theory – investigative terminology and concepts.
- Best Evidence – how to determine what is the best evidence for the investigative goal.
- Interviewing – understanding the difference between informational and forensic interviewing.
- Report Structure – the report requirements that will lend to a more successful outcome in a courtroom environment.
- Reporting Fraud Calculations – how to determine the three calculations needed when reporting fraud.
- Fraud Flowcharts – how to design and present a flowchart of the scheme.
- Classifying Fraud Schemes – determining which schemes are involved.
- Electronic Evidence File Structure – the 400+ steps / considerations involved in a complex international fraud investigation and the design of the system to classify and document each aspect. (Based on my in-process book entitled “Electronic Evidence File Structure for International Fraud: Investigative Roadmap“.)
- Change Management – how to effectively communicate the changes implemented when integrating a new program or modifying an existing one.
- Fraud Toolkit – protocols and what to expect when an investigation occurs; the DOs and DON’Ts.
9:00 Welcome and introductions
9:15 Topic 1
10:30 Topic 2
13:15 Topic 3
14:45 Topic 4
17:00 End session
Organizations with a fully implemented antifraud program can begin to shift from a purely reactionary response to a proactive model where prevention is the focus. We can address any of the following areas to help you get to the next level.