In today’s fast-paced environment, technological innovations are creating ever new challenges for not-for-profit organizations and higher education institutions to defend against fraudsters who are finding ways to exploit these new technical capabilities and greater data availability. This webcast will focus on emerging technologies that have opened the door to new and more pervasive forms of fraud; and have at the same time created new fraud prevention tools, such as digital forensics, data mining, advanced machine learning and artificial intelligence. Screening for risk factors and learning early warning signs, these new tools uncover fraud cases more quickly and significantly reduce losses. We will share tips on how to recognize new technology threats and how to best utilize new technology that could stop scams before they happen.
- Formulate effective and efficient techniques for prevention and detection of common fraud schemes
- Apply an analysis process to improve efficient and effective risk management in your organization
- Describe real-life examples of fraud cases involving virtual currencies amongst other technology related schemes
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- Johnny Lee, Principal & National Practice Leader, Forensic Technology Services, Grant Thornton LLP
- Hassan Khan, Managing Director, Attest Services, Not-for-Profit and Higher Education Practices, Grant Thornton LLP
- Linda Miller, Principal, Fraud Risk Mitigation, Public Sector Advisory LLC
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