Are you supervising or leading?

(42:54)Hi, I’m Alexis C Bell. Join me on this episode of FraudCast as I talk with Sergeant Bruce Crumpler about “Are you supervising or leading?” as part of our leadership series. We get answers to questions such as:* How important is leadership in any group or organization? * What is meant by “Servant Leadership”?* What qualities make a good leader?* What style of leadership seems to get the most results?* What are some of the things you do to inspire people?* What are some challenges associated with practicing this kind of leadership?* What role does respect play in standout leadership?* How does this apply to interviewing? * and much more…… Read More

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Bell Elected as Board Chair

Press ReleaseAlexis C. Bell, CEO of Fraud Doctor, has been elected as the global Chair for the Board of Regents of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). “It is truly an honor to have been elected as the Chair by fellow board members after being elected to the Board of Regents by my colleagues. First, I want to acknowledge my predecessor Chairs for their achievements and commit myself to continuing their good work. The previous Chairs, the dedicated ACFE staff, and antifraud professionals around the globe have worked tirelessly towards a common goal of reducing the incidence of fraud and white-collar crime. I consider it an honor to be working… Read More

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Aligning the Benefits of CFE Skills to Digital Forensics

(33:44)Join us on this episode of FraudCast as we discuss aligning the benefits of CFE (Certified Fraud Examiners) skill set with digital forensics with Jason Jordaan, Principal Partner of DFIR Labs in South Africa. We answer questions such as how can CFEs benefit from digital forensics examiners who understand the legal element requirements during fraud investigations? How can CFEs better utilize digital forensics during investigations? What are the benefits of bringing the digital forensics examiners into the conversation of designing the investigative direction? What happens when both parties work together? How can you prove intent in fraud investigations? What is “Organized Law Enforcement”? and much more. FraudCast Episode on YouTubeYouTube… Read More

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Personalized Statistical Fraud Risk Report

The objective of the report is to provide a tool for management to adequately create a strategy to mitigate, avoid, accept, or transfer fraud risk. A detailed set of analysis is performed so as to be a roadmap for management to take action to address the risk for fraud by providing:

* Visibility into the organization’s fraud risk;

* An understanding of fraud risk by department and scheme;

* Prioritization of antifraud efforts;

* Ability to quantify impact and likelihood for COSO Enterprise Risk Management (ERM); and

* Benchmark for Key Risk Indicators (KRIs).

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