The Fraud Virtual Conference is part of a series of one day conferences designed to help internal auditors stay ahead of critical issues and be more responsive in their work.
This interactive one-day conference is designed to provide insight and innovative ideas for internal auditors, fraud examiners, and fraud investigators. This conference will feature two streams:
- Stream One is designed for the internal auditor who may discover potentially fraudulent activity and need to communicate and partner with the fraud department.
- Stream Two is for internal audit functions that are also required to perform fraud investigations when suspicious activity is detected.
Topics of Focus:
- Regulation and regulatory Compliance
- GRC (Governance, Risk, and Compliance)
- Auditors collaborating with Fraud Investigators
- Internal Audit as the Fraud Investigator
- Top Fraud trends
- Imposters, Online Shopping, Investments and Job Opportunities, Credit card, Money laundering, AI-Generated Frauds
- Frauds in 2024 and Future Fraud activities
- Account Takeover, Synthetic Identity Fraud, Buy Now, Pay Later (BNPL), Fake Job Listings, AI-Generated Scams, Healthcare
- Fraud, Airline Travel Scams, FTX fraud
- Auditing the Fraud Department including the whistleblower program.
- Fraud department and budget
- Fraud Triangle & Fraud Geometry
MEMBERS SAVE AN ADDITIONAL 10%* WHEN YOU REGISTER BY January 18, 2024
Member (Early) $539
Member (Virtual) $599
Discounts are available for groups of 10+ and also apply to IIA members. If you would like more information on group discounts or are interested in making a group purchase, please contact Group Services.
Program Highlights and Who Will Benefit:
Individuals and organizations will be interested in learning the latest trends and good practices to assist in the identification, investigation, and prevention of fraud.
Auditors in organizations with separate audit and fraud departments will learn how to successfully pass suspicious activities and collaborate with their fraud colleagues.
Auditors in organizations without a separate fraud department will gain insight on how to transition audit to fraud investigation and when to call in external investigators.