JUNE 18-23, 2017 / NASHVILLE / MUSIC CITY CENTER
The 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference will attract professionals from around the world involved in identifying, preventing and detecting corporate fraud. This event offers an unparalleled opportunity to connect with decision-makers and influencers in the anti-fraud world. There are a variety of exhibition and sponsorship avenues to accomplish your sales and marketing goals.
For information on sponsoring or exhibiting, email
Travis Kolaja or call (800) 245-3321 / +1 (512) 478-9000. Ready to reserve your spot? Download the
Exhibitor Registration Form to get started.
As the largest anti-fraud event in the world, the ACFE Global Fraud Conference offers a unique chance to promote your product or services to a highly targeted and qualified audience. Participation in the event gives your organization a variety of ways to engage with attendees, including:
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More than 3,000 anti-fraud professionals representing more than 60 countries are projected to attend the 28th Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference in Nashville, June 18-23, 2017. These attendees represent a diverse group of fraud prevention, detection and investigation roles.
2D Advanced Online Investigations
Monday, 10:15-11:30 a.m.
Recommended Prerequisite: Understanding and experience with open source information, social media and the use of online search tools
Field of Study: Information Technology
Due diligence in fraud investigations requires intense concentration, intelligence and the right tools. This interactive session will identify and demonstrate free online resources that break through traditional search roadblocks. You will discover how to locate personal information about any person or company.
Popular social networking tools such as Facebook Live, Instagram and Twitter are covered, and the presentation goes much deeper into the vast resources available for researching personal information.
You Will Learn How To:
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7F Effectively Communicating Complex Data
Tuesday, 10:15-11:30 a.m.
Recommended Prerequisite: Working knowledge of data analytics and how the data is utilized
Field of Study: Auditing
When investigations leverage data analytics, which many do, figuring out how to communicate those results is a challenge for many examiners, both experienced and novice. With the various audiences that need the results, it is important the communication be delivered effectively. Through the use of examples and guides, this session will equip you with the skills you need for effective data communication.
9C The Compliance-Gaining Interview: Plant in the Spring and Harvest in the Fall
Tuesday, 1:50-3:05 p.m.
Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of and experience with the fundamentals of interviewing
Field of Study: Communications and Marketing
Of the three major elements of an interview — questioning, detecting deception and gaining compliance — the third is the most challenging and problematic. The challenge is due to the nature of changing another's mind and it is problematic as the process of gaining compliance opens itself to scrutiny and review potential from a societal, administrative or civil litigation perspective. Ensuring that the interviewee's mindset is receptive to receiving the message is paramount to procuring a successful interviewing outcome. This session will examine ways that you can enhance the interviewee’s receptivity to the compliance-gaining theme.
9G Grand Theft Data: Beyond the Data Breach
Recommended Prerequisite: An understanding of the risks associated with cyber breaches and data loss and how to mitigate those risks
Field of Study: Information Technology
Well organized and with little fear of capture, the new cybercriminal is no longer the teenager squatting in their parent’s basement. Cybercriminal cartels have emerged with coordinated capabilities to take down companies and even industries. This session will reveal the tools cybercriminals use to find victims, exploit weaknesses and leverage the Dark Web for anonymity. It will also review a few of the most notable data breaches of the last 10 years and discuss how to protect your identity.
12I Fraud Leadership: The Role of Ethics, Compliance and Culture
Wednesday, 10:05-11:20 a.m.
Recommended Prerequisite: Knowledge of how the intersection of culture and compliance can be directed by an organization’s ethics
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics
Fraud and compliance leaders who understand that fraud prevention is the most effective use of time and resources are a key component to the success of an anti-fraud program. In this session, you will discover why the most powerful method to fight occupational fraud is through a corporate culture that actively encourages ethical conduct and robust compliance initiatives. Learn how to leverage the power of your organization’s culture to develop, create and maintain a successful anti-fraud environment.
Session content eligible for ACFE ethics CPE requirement.
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The ACFE is the world's largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education. Together with more than 80,000 members, the ACFE is reducing business fraud worldwide and inspiring public confidence in the integrity and objectivity within the profession. Learn more.