The ACFE is offering a 2-part seminar in Dallas from October 10-12, 2018.
Register for both courses together to earn additional CPE credits and save $100!
Anti-fraud professionals must be aware of the legal issues that affect all financial investigations. As courts make decisions on pressing issues and lawmakers enact legislation, it is important for you to not only understand the important aspects of the law, but also any relevant changes. This basic-level course is designed to cover the legal issues that you and your client or employer might face during a fraud examination.
Losing data to fraud can be more costly than the loss of cash and other assets. To ensure data security, safeguard intellectual property and guard against cyberfraud, fraud examiners must stay informed of rapidly advancing technologies, emerging business trends and the methods employed by increasingly sophisticated information thieves.
This 2-day, instructor-led course will clarify these issues while guiding you through the crucial strategies needed to mitigate the threat of malicious data theft and minimize the risk of inadvertent data loss. You will also learn useful steps for the creation of data security policies and related internal controls.
One of the major goals of the National Association of Black Accountants, Inc. (NABA) is to identify opportunities for minority students. NABA achieves this goal through its annual regional conferences.
Although the primary thrust of the conference’s objective is job opportunities, there are other benefits associated with your attendance. This year’s conference, as in past years, will offer seminars and workshops designed to enhance your communicative and interpersonal skills and provide tools that will allow for a smoother transition into the professional environment. The conference will also offer the optimum forum to interact with students from other colleges and universities.
The objectives of the regional student conference are as follows:
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The 2018 Houston ACFE conference offers a blend of riveting topics related to the Wolf of Wall Street Case, Cyber Security & Fraud, the Enron Fraud Case, the Volkswagen Fraud Case and including a two-hour ethics requirement by Ryan Hubbs, ACFE Board of Regents! Dive below the tip of the iceberg over a two-day conference that gives you 16 CPE credits including four breakout sessions this year to provide our attendees with more variety of topics.
The Annual Fraud Conference provides the perfect opportunity to connect with other anti-fraud professionals in various industries and roles, as well as with conference speakers and Chapter board members. We will also host our Fall Networking event for members only where you can enjoy refreshments and network!
Don’t miss your opportunity to attend the Houston’s largest gathering of anti-fraud professionals. Register by June 15 to secure your spot at the lowest rate. Special rates are available for educator, law enforcement, students and groups of five or more.
8 different tracks for 8 CPE hours
Networking Opportunities with Your Peers and Vendors during the Conference and after at the Networking Happy Hour
$250 for 4 or more people
$300 for individual IIA members
$350 for individual non-IIA members
Pricing good through September 7, 2018
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