Tuesday, June 25 | 3:35–4:50 PM
Field of Study: Specialized Knowledge
Are you leveraging the tools and techniques available to detect and deter fraud in your organization? Detection of fraud markers early in the scheme lifecycle reduces the financial impact on an organization and fuels more efficient investigations.
Fraudsters are using technology to advance their schemes. As fraud fighters we must advance our techniques while not ignoring old-fashioned investigative work such as interviewing and human intelligence. This session will explore the practical
application of artificial intelligence (AI) and other emerging technologies, such as drones. It will discuss case studies where AI has been leveraged to detect fraud previously not identified. You will leave this session with a better understanding
of practical ways to implement advanced fraud detection within your organization.
You Will Learn How To:
Global Intelligence and Anti-Fraud Manager, Intel Corporation
John Hurlimann is the corporate intelligence and anti-fraud manager for Intel’s Corporate Security organization. He is a 26-year veteran of Intel. He is also a Certified Fraud Examiner with 15 years' experience in global investigations. Hurlimann leads the anti-fraud efforts at Intel leveraging the latest technology and techniques to identify and investigate fraud.
Hurlimann has extensive experience in investigating fraud, conflict of interest and kickback schemes, as well as specialized expertise in forensics and data analytics throughout Europe, Asia, and the Americas. He advanced through various technical and engineering roles at Intel before progressing into investigations. He frequently speaks on the topics of ethics, investigations and conflict of interest.
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