2016 Sessions

Customize your learning at the 2016 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada by choosing from four tracks of educational sessions, all led by industry experts from the world's top organizations. Whether you are a new practitioner or an experienced professional, you will find opportunities to expand your knowledge, discover new resources and build new skills. Regardless of your experience level, we offer the best anti-fraud training available.

Sunday, September 11
Pre-Conference
1:00-5:00 p.m.

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Cyber Intelligence and Social Media Surveillance Investigations
Keith Elliott
Vice President, Operations & Business Development, Reed Research Limited

Cyber intelligence is a leading source of lead information in any fraud investigation. Social media sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest represent approximately one-fifth of all Internet traffic. This interactive Pre-Conference workshop will explore how to search and best capture these digital mediums for investigative purposes, while exploring current trends and the newest resources. Learn about OSINT, and how to access and preserve online evidence legally while practicing “safe search”.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify current social media trends and resources
  • Access and preserve social media and cyber evidence safely and ethically
  • Explore geotagging and mapping using interactive sessions to see the available metadata
  • Acquire online resources that can be used to maximize your investigation
  • Establish best practices for digital media collection and preservation
  • Identify your own digital footprint and how to investigate discreetly and anonymously

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: Understanding of social media and the basic use of search tools
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Monday, September 12
Main Conference
8:30-9:50 a.m.

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Opening General Session
Alexandra Wrage
President, TRACE International, Inc.
Former Member, FIFA Independent Governance Committee

Alexandra Wrage is a former member of FIFA’s Independent Governance committee and was a member of the 2015 B20 Taskforce on Anti-Corruption, which drafted recommendations to G20 leaders for consideration in their global economic policies. Wrage has held numerous committee positions, including Chair of the Anti-Corruption Committee of the ABA’s International Section and Chair of the International Legal Affairs Committee of the Association of Corporate Counsel, and has participated in anti-bribery working groups with the OECD and UN Global Compact.

10:10-11:30 a.m.

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2A Mitigating Insider Threats: Is Your Organization Doing Enough?
Ryan Duquette, CFE, CFCE, EnCE
Founder and Managing Partner, Hexigent Consulting Inc.

Digital evidence can provide valuable insights during investigations of intellectual property theft involving multi-party collusion and the misappropriation of organizational assets and resources. This session will explore various methods of gathering and investigating digital evidence stored on computer and mobile devices to mitigate insider threats. This session provide valuable insight to those involved in digital forensics, fraud investigations, risk management and compliance.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Mitigate and investigate the theft of intellectual property from your company
  • Augment your investigations with digital forensics
  • Fit you and your organization into the digital forensic workflow
  • Add digital forensic components into your risk management and compliance programs

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of the potential and reality of internal threats to an organization’s data
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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2B Canadian Privacy Law and the Fraud Investigator
David Debenham, J.D., CFE, CPA, CMA
Partner, McMillan LLP

Surveillance, office and record searches, social media investigations and computer forensics work are all giving rise to claims of invasion of privacy, both as a tort and as a claim for breach of privacy legislation. This session will review the impact of privacy legislation in Canada and Canada's new tort of invasion of privacy on the modern fraud investigation. Learn why past practices may not be acceptable, and why the question of who owns something does not answer the question of where the "zone of privacy" starts and ends.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Explain why property rights do not determine privacy rights
  • Define the four dimensions of privacy rights
  • Learn how the Charter "informs" the tort of invasion of privacy

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: A fundamental knowledge of fraud examinations and the investigative process
Field of Study: Business Law

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2C A Fraud and Waste Hotline Case Study
Ken Hughes, CFE CPA, CMA
Auditor General, City of Ottawa

The City of Ottawa Fraud and Waste Hotline, established in 2005, facilitates the reporting of suspected fraud or waste by employees and the public. The hotline’s reports have led to audits and investigative reviews as well as disciplinary actions and may also mitigate ethical risks by discouraging potential wrongdoers and identifying ethical violations. This session will explore lessons learned from the hotline as it continues to be improving the ethical culture at the City and the changing attitudes to deter fraud and waste.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Maximize the value of a fraud and waste hotline
  • Engage employees and the public in a fraud and waste hotline
  • Report the activities of a fraud and waste hotline

Level: Intermediate              
Recommended Prerequisites: A fundamental knowledge of fraud examinations and the investigative process
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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2D Advanced Data Analysis Helps Fraud Detection: Data Model and Scoring
Alex Fung, CISA, ACDA
Senior Solution Lead, ACL

Complex fraud schemes cover a lot of people and systems in the organization and you need an approach that can help you tackle more systems more quickly, especially if you have more than a handful of them running. The Scoring Analysis can help you focus on potential fraud and minimize the noise you could be getting with traditional data analytics. By increasing scope of work and areas to cover while getting a tighter budget every year, the techniques explored in this session can help you achieve better results and prioritize investigator resources to maximize the potential outcome.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Advance your data analysis skills
  • Bring in more value for the organization by getting more value out of your data
  • Combat potential fraud with better focus by understanding the concept of secondary analysis
  • Get to know the concept of building your own model and scoring

Level: Advanced
Recommended Prerequisites: Working knowledge and experience with data analytics and how it can be the data is utilized
Field of Study: Auditing

11:40 a.m.-1:20 p.m.

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Working Lunch
Jean-François Fortin
Executive Director, Enforcement, Autorité des marches financiers (AMF)

As Executive Director at AMF, Jean-François Fortin heads a team of more than 160 members tasked with preventing and detecting violations of the laws administered by the AMF, investigating such violations and ensuring the application of penalties. Fortin also co-ordinates collaboration with the AMF’s various partners in Québec, across Canada and around the world, including Canadian and foreign securities regulators, police forces, government agencies and ministries. During the past several years, Fortin has been instrumental in furthering the AMF’s mission of protecting investors.

1:30-2:50 p.m.

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4A Benefits of Collaborating with Internal Audit
Kathleen Lizé, CPA, CA
Director of Internal Audit, Concordia University

Internal audit can play different roles in the prevention, detection and investigation of fraud cases in collaboration with internal departments and outside experts. This session will draw on the presenter’s experience to discuss some of the biggest lessons learned in internal investigations of potential fraud cases, covering topics such as preventative measures, ethics lines, data analytics and organizational culture.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify abuse in practical cases
  • Implement preventative measures   

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of the audit process and its relationship to fraud examination
Field of Study: Auditing

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4B CFEs in the Courtroom: How Judges Assess Your Credibility
Vincent Denault, CFE, LLM, LLB
Lawyer, Groupe Vincent Denault

Certified Fraud Examiners are often called upon to testify in criminal and civil trials. Even though pre-trial preparation is fundamental to an effective testimony, other factors can have a significant impact on the outcome of a trial, including the credibility of witnesses. As is the case with all witnesses, triers of facts will assess the credibility of CFEs. This session will introduce CFEs to the core principles of credibility assessment and nonverbal communication in the courtroom.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Know the core principles of credibility assessment
  • Understand how demeanor can affect credibility assessment
  • Acknowledge your nonverbal communication in the courtroom

Level: Basic
Recommended Prerequisites: Experience testifying in a civil or criminal fraud case
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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4C Designing and Implementing Best Practice Anti-Corruption Compliance Programs
Stefan Hoffmann-Kuhnt
President & Managing Director, Pohlmann & Company: Compliance and Governance Advisory Inc.

Recent headlines involving Unaoil and the Panama Papers offer insights into the importance of creating an effective compliance program and identified a number of lessons that organizations can learn from these cases. This session will explore key elements of state-of-the-art compliance programs that can prevent, detect and respond to fraud incidents.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Design and implement a best practice anti-corruption compliance program
  • Link compliance and integrity with the performance evaluation process
  • Prioritize remediation of gaps identified in your compliance program
  • Engage employees at all levels in compliance training and communication

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of what constitutes corruption and compliance efforts to deter such activity
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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4D Waging War on Cybercrimes: Prevention and Investigation of Cyberfraud
Ken Derakhshan, CFE
Team Commander, Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Cyber technology and social media continue to evolve exponentially and one of the greatest threats to our society is the nefarious use of the Internet to commit fraud. It is imperative for investigators to understand the threat of cybercrimes in order to prevent them and to conduct effective online investigations. This session will explore the fundamentals of cybercrime investigations with a focus on fraud.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Profile cyber criminals
  • Use the Internet as a tool to investigate fraud
  • Collect online evidence
  • Prevent cyber attacks and hacking

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of the potential threat to organizations posed from external sources through the internet
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

3:10-4:30 p.m.

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5A Social Psychology Behaviors: An Underutilized Tool for Interviewers
Bret Hood, CFE
Director, 21st Century Learning & Consulting, LLC

Interviewers are constantly playing a cat and mouse game with subjects trying to gather information without giving away certain known facts relevant to the case at hand. Fraudsters are normally prepared for their interview, anticipating both tactics and questions. Even so, an interviewer has powerful social psychological tools at his disposal, which could increase the chances of a confession but often go unused. In this session, you will learn about certain social psychological behaviors that could induce confessions from guilty parties.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Explain certain social psychology behaviors
  • Discuss how certain social psychology behaviors can enhance the chances of obtaining confessions
  • Apply certain social psychology behaviors during the interviewing process to increase the chances of obtaining a confession

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: A solid understanding of the fundamentals of fraud; Interviewing experience in a fraud examination environment
Field of Study: Communications

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5B Employee Dishonesty and the Role of Ethics Training
Andrew Kautz, CFE
Manager, Special Investigations Unit, Great-West Life Assurance Company

Is the current state of ethics training meeting its intended mark? Explore what drives an employee to commit fraud and how, if at all, ethics training can have an effect. This session will look at the history of ethics training and what started the current ethics training movement. The session will also use case studies to offer a view beyond the dishonest employee and consider the ethics of the employee’s environment and the fraud examiner investigating the case.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Define “ethics”
  • Explain why ethics training became mandatory in many industries
  • Identify reasons why the current ethics training model may not be working

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of the components of ethical decision making and compliance
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

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5C The Devil is in the Detail
Dave Oswald, CFE, CA
Senior Manager, EY

Big data is nothing but noise if not filtered through the correct lenses. To establish footprints of fraud, data must be manipulated and reviewed, and a hypothesis must be created and tested to establish if there are potentially fraudulent transactions. This session will discuss the thought pattern behind uncovering real life examples of fraud and how following up on "things that looked wrong" can uncover further frauds.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify the footprints of fraud
  • Create a hypothesis for testing in data
  • Look for key elements when reviewing a set of data

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: Understanding of data analytics and how the data can be used in real time
Field of Study: Auditing

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5D Understanding Fraud Through Real-Life Investigations
Linda Lister, CFE, CPA, CMA, CGA
Senior Manager, EY

Fraud can occur in any organization, big or small. This session will demonstrate how various fraudulent activities were detected and investigated using recent fraud cases involving procurement fraud, ghost employees, fake vendors and other schemes. You will also discuss proactive measures that may have prevented the fraud or detected it sooner as well as evidence preservation, investigative techniques and data analytics.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Explain the ways fraud can occur in organizations
  • Understand the actions that should be taken to protect evidence when fraud is first suspected
  • Increase awareness of effective proactive measures to assist in preventing fraud

Level: Advanced
Recommended Prerequisites: Working knowledge and experience of the fraud examination process
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

4:30-6:00 p.m.
Attendee Networking Reception
Tuesday, September 13
8:30-9:50 a.m.

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General Session
Diana B. Henriques
Financial Journalist, The New York Times
Author, The Wizard of Lies

Diana B. Henriques, an award-winning financial journalist, is the author of The Wizard of Lies, a New York Times bestseller about the Bernie Madoff scandal, and three other books on business history. As a writer for The New York Times, she has largely specialized in investigative reporting on white-collar crime, market regulation and corporate governance.

10:10-11:30 a.m.

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7A Discovering the Fraud Schemes in Construction and Capital Projects
Denis Hamel, CFE, CPA, CA, CA∙IFA
Leader of Forensic and Investigation Services, Mazars Harel Drouin Conseils inc.
Julie Bellemare, CPA, CA, CA•EJC, CAMS
Manager, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services, EY

Construction fraud schemes are various and common. How can an organization prevent and deter the different type of frauds that occur in their industry to ensure that they preserve their reputation and avoid losses? What are the major red flags that may indicate that there might be corruption, fraud or unethical behaviors with suppliers, bidders, or even with employees or management inside an organization in the construction industry? This session will give an update on current trends and common construction fraud schemes, address bribery and corruption in the construction industry, and build on lessons learned from the Public Inquiry on construction fraud in Canada.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Recognize common construction fraud schemes
  • Investigate construction fraud-related cases
  • Prevent, reduce and detect construction fraud

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: Fundamental knowledge of fraud schemes
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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7B A Case Study in Fraud from Check to Charge to Conviction
Michael Akpata
Team Leader Public Safety, Investigations and Counterfraud, IBM Canada

As an investigator, you will encounter different types of frauds that will sometimes require you to change your view of how a fraud is investigated. This session will explore a case study that began as a simple check fraud and uncovered a scheme whereby the fraudster posed as a doctor, examined patients and promised treatments in prominent U.S. hospitals. The case will demonstrate that the investigation of a "simple" fraud is never simple or easy and provides reasons for you to examine your methodology, evidence handling and thought process of conducting an investigation.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Be flexible and ready to react when fraud investigations take a unique twist
  • Conduct wide and expansive interviews with victims to determine the depths of the fraud
  • Interact with partners that are not commonly used in financial crimes investigations
  • Revisit your evidentiary process in order to understand where the fraud actually may lie

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: A fundamental knowledge of fraud examinations and the investigative process
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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7C Social Media Investigation
Keith Elliott
Vice President, Operations & Business Development, Reed Research Limited

Explore an overview of the current social media resources and what information is available through these mediums. This session will discuss the visible side and invisible (but public) footprint of these mediums that most investigators are not aware of. You will examine the current trends and data analytics available to best exploit these treasure troves of information.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify current social media trends and resources
  • Establish how to access social media safely, and ethically
  • Explore Geo tagging and mapping using available Meta data
  • Establish best practices for digital media collection and preservation

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: Understanding of social media and the basic use of search tools
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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7D Financial Crime Controls: The New Reality
Garry Clement, CFE, CAMS, CFCS
President and CEO - Clement Advisory Group (RCMP Superintendent and Chief of Police Retired)

Over the course of the last decade organizations have focused on anti-money laundering controls primarily in isolation from other financial crime control needs. The new reality is that a holistic approach is required, and due to the pressures and expectations of regulatory organizations, it is necessary to take a more diligent approach to this entire field. This session will explain what this means for organizations and how your organization can defend itself in the event of a regulatory failure. 


 

You Will Learn How To:

  • Understand the need for a financial crime control strategy
  • Implement role-specific training that provides the necessary skills and subsequent testing to ensure that all levels of the organization understand their roles
  • Enhance your organization's skills, control and oversight to ensure it can defend itself in the event of regulatory failure

Level: Advanced
Recommended Prerequisites: Working knowledge and experience of the fraud examination process
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

11:40 a.m.-1:20 p.m.

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General Session
Daniel Tobok
Chief Executive Officer, Cytelligence Inc.

Daniel Tobok is an internationally-recognized cyber security and digital forensics expert as well as a serial entrepreneur who has created and successfully divested a number of cyber security companies. He eats, sleeps and breathes cyber security. He has personally participated in more than 1,000 computer forensic investigations and more than 800 security audits and risk analysis engagements.

1:30-2:50 p.m.

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9A Preparing and Delivering Effective Fraud Investigation Reports
Paul McEwen, CFE, CPA, CA, CBV
President, McEwen Valuation & Forensic

Communicating the results of fraud investigations effectively is a challenging but critical skill. Whether writing the investigation report or preparing to give oral evidence in court, you may struggle with the key step of taking the often technical information and communicating such information in a way that doesn’t cause your audience to feel confused, bored, skeptical or, worst of all, sleepy. This session will provide practical suggestions on what to consider before “putting hands to keyboard” or heading to the podium or witness stand. Using case examples, guidance will also be provided on report structure and common writing habits which hamper comprehension and often distract readers or listeners.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Organize ideas and information before giving an oral presentation, including Court
  • Prepare well-structured written reports that effectively get the desired message across — and are retained — by the reader
  • Write paragraphs, sentences and bullets that achieve clarity rather than ambiguity or distraction

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: A fundamental knowledge of fraud examinations and the investigative process
Field of Study: Communications

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9B The World of the Whistleblower: Things Are Starting to Change
Sandy Boucher, CFE
Senior Investigator, Grant Thornton LLP

As whistleblowers are becoming accepted as an invaluable resource, organizations must learn who whistleblowers are and why they make their reports. They must also learn how to foster and empower people to speak up and come forward. Learn how potential whistleblowers think and act, how effective whistleblower systems are designed and developed and how to harness whistleblower knowledge to fight fraud and improve organizations.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify common myths about whistleblowers and who they really are
  • Understand the multiple benefits that an effective whistleblower system can bring to an organization
  • Help your clients understand and harness the power of the whistleblower

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of the components of ethical decision making and compliance
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

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9C Profiling as Part of Your Anti-Fraud Toolkit
Simon Padgett, CFE, CPA, FCCA
Head of Internal Audit, Risk and Compliance, Bahrain Finance Company

Fraud prevention and investigation have traditionally focused on internal controls and any weaknesses that may create opportunities. However, fraud is committed by human beings who abuse a position of trust and who are relied upon to safeguard the organizations assets. We need to study and understand what makes these human beings act with low integrity and profile the characteristics for use in fraud prevention and detection. Extending the Fraud Triangle to the Fraud Diamond is only the beginning. This session will show you how to profile fraudsters and their actions to reduce fraud risk in your organization.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Tighten your response and prevention methodologies by understanding what goes on inside the fraudster’s mind
  • Use fraud profiling to complement your fraud prevention and anti-fraud program activities
  • Recognize what makes a person dishonest
  • Profile characteristics that will ensure that your recruitment policies restrict fraudster’s entry into your organization

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: Familiarity with the varying motivations of the white-collar criminal
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

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9D Building an Online Anti-Fraud Open Source Monitoring Program
Tyson Johnson, CFE
Vice President, BrightPlanet

Fraud examiners are becoming more adept at using open sources to collect information post-fraud event and look up the specifics on an identified person or company of concern. What has yet to be leveraged and implemented are the types of open source monitoring programs that watch for indicators of fraud and alert the CFE to its presence. While we have embraced such monitoring programs as an essential component of internal controls in most organizations, fraud examiners can join the industry first-movers in achieving the same level of monitoring on external, open source data. This session will leverage case studies across many sectors and show new ways to think about open source monitoring for effective brand protection.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Develop structured anti-fraud methodology for open source monitoring
  • Incorporate anti-fraud monitoring rules to unstructured web data
  • Structure and visualize open source data into business intelligence dashboards for fraud identification
  • Incorporate open source big data into existing anti-fraud programs

Level: Advanced
Recommended Prerequisites: Understanding and working knowledge of open source information, social media and the basic use of search tools
Field of Study: Computer Science

3:10-4:30 p.m.

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10A Social Psychology Behaviors: An Underutilized Tool for Interviewers
Bret Hood, CFE
Director, 21st Century Learning & Consulting, LLC

Interviewers are constantly playing a cat and mouse game with subjects trying to gather information without giving away certain known facts relevant to the case at hand. Fraudsters are normally prepared for their interview, anticipating both tactics and questions. Even so, an interviewer has powerful social psychological tools at his disposal, which could increase the chances of a confession but often go unused. In this session, you will learn about certain social psychological behaviors that could induce confessions from guilty parties.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Explain certain social psychology behaviors
  • Discuss how certain social psychology behaviors can enhance the chances of obtaining confessions
  • Apply certain social psychology behaviors during the interviewing process to increase the chances of obtaining a confession

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: A solid understanding of the fundamentals of fraud; Interviewing experience in a fraud examination environment
Field of Study: Communications

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10B Employee Dishonesty and the Role of Ethics Training
Andrew Kautz, CFE
Manager, Special Investigations Unit, Great-West Life Assurance Company

Is the current state of ethics training meeting its intended mark? Explore what drives an employee to commit fraud and how, if at all, ethics training can have an effect. This session will look at the history of ethics training and what started the current ethics training movement. The session will also use case studies to offer a view beyond the dishonest employee and consider the ethics of the employee’s environment and the fraud examiner investigating the case.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Define “ethics”
  • Explain why ethics training became mandatory in many industries
  • Identify reasons why the current ethics training model may not be working

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: An understanding of the components of ethical decision making and compliance
Field of Study: Behavioral Ethics

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10C The Devil is in the Detail
Dave Oswald, CFE, CA
Senior Manager, EY

Big data is nothing but noise if not filtered through the correct lenses. To establish footprints of fraud, data must be manipulated and reviewed, and a hypothesis must be created and tested to establish if there are potentially fraudulent transactions. This session will discuss the thought pattern behind uncovering real life examples of fraud and how following up on "things that looked wrong" can uncover further frauds.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Identify the footprints of fraud
  • Create a hypothesis for testing in data
  • Look for key elements when reviewing a set of data

Level: Intermediate
Recommended Prerequisites: Understanding of data analytics and how the data can be used in real time
Field of Study: Auditing

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10D Understanding Fraud Through Real-Life Investigations
Linda Lister, CFE, CPA, CMA, CGA
Senior Manager, EY

Fraud can occur in any organization, big or small. This session will demonstrate how various fraudulent activities were detected and investigated using recent fraud cases involving procurement fraud, ghost employees, fake vendors and other schemes. You will also discuss proactive measures that may have prevented the fraud or detected it sooner as well as evidence preservation, investigative techniques and data analytics.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Explain the ways fraud can occur in organizations
  • Understand the actions that should be taken to protect evidence when fraud is first suspected
  • Increase awareness of effective proactive measures to assist in preventing fraud

Level: Advanced
Recommended Prerequisites: Recommended Prerequisite: Working knowledge and experience of the fraud examination process.
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

Wednesday, September 14
8:30-9:50 a.m.

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Conference Panel: What the Government Leadership Change Means for the Anti-Fraud Effort
Moderator: David Debenham, J.D., CFE, CPA, LLM
Partner, McMillan LLP

With a change of leadership often comes a change in focus. What does the new Prime Minister of Canada’s rise mean for anti-fraud efforts within the provinces? Hear from this panel of experts on what they think the anti-fraud focus will be and where the government will place its best efforts.

You Will Learn How To:

  • Gain insight into the current state of anti-fraud efforts in Canada
  • Identify potential focal points for future anti-fraud initiatives

Level: Overview
Recommended Prerequisites: None
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge and Applications

10:10-11:30 a.m.

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Closing General Session: How to Manage and Mitigate Identity Fraud
Liseli Pennings, CFE
Deputy Training Director, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

The future of fraud to watch for businesses, the government and examiners alike entails the increased incidence of identity theft. Delve into ways identity theft can be affected both internally and externally to businesses and government entities, the identity information you project as an examiner, information others projects that can be useful during an investigation, and how to mitigate the risk and recover from identity fraud.

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2017 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada

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