• Session Preview

    The Virtual Conference will feature eight tracks of concurrent sessions, general sessions featuring keynote speakers and networking opportunities. Speakers and more session information will be added soon.

    All times are listed in North American Central Time (CT).


    Monday, June 22


    8:30-9:45 AM (CT) Opening General Session: Jules Kroll


    10:00-10:50 AM (CT) Concurrent Sessions

    • 2A: The Money Pit: Tales of Construction Fraud
    • 2B: Mapping Fraud: The Future of Safer Payments
    • 2C: The John Smith Problem, Forensic Identity Resolution in Global Investigations
    • 2D: Interviewing in Non-Traditional Environments
    • 2E: Fraud and Abuse in the Gig Economy
    • 2F: Fraud Through the Eyes of COSO
    • 2G: Managing Audits and Auditee Expectations
    • 2H: When It Comes to Cybersecurity, Can You Hack It?


    11:05 AM - 12:20 PM (CT) Deep Dive Concurrent Sessions

    • 3A: Fraud in the Nonprofit Sector: Unique Risks and Opportunities
    • 3B: Biometrics and the Successful Fraud Prevention and Customer Experience Balancing Act, Sponsored by Nuance
    • 3C: Practical Considerations in Investigations Involving Digital Assets
    • 3D: Session Details Coming Soon
    • 3E: Panel: The Truth Behind Fraud, Cyber and AML Convergence
    • 3F: How to Integrate Fraud Testing into Your Audit Program
    • 3G: Owning and Operating a Successful Fraud Examination Practice Remotely
    • 3H: Building a Cyberfraud Intelligence Program for the Financial Industry


    12:20-1:20 PM (CT) Lunch Break


    1:20-2:10 PM (CT) General Session: Howard Wilkinson and Whistleblowing Panel Moderated by Rebecca Jarvis


    2:25-3:40 PM (CT) Deep Dive Concurrent Sessions

    • 5A: A Case of a Different Color: Understanding Healthcare Fraud Investigations in a World Full of Greed
    • 5B: Panel: Doing More With Less
    • 5C: International OSINT Investigations
    • 5D: How to Create a First-Class Consumer Fraud and Identity Experience, Sponsored by LexisNexis
    • 5E: Coloring Outside the Lines: How Fraudsters Are Using the Gray Market to Commit Massive Fraud Schemes
    • 5F: Enhancing Procurement Integrity with Automation and Data Analytics¬†
    • 5G: Deviations From Ethical Norms: A Financial Crimes Case Study
    • 5H: Fraud Prevention: The Future Is Cyber-Threat Intelligence


    3:55-4:45 PM (CT) Concurrent Sessions

    • 6A: State of Fraud in Latin America
    • 6B: Forensic Investigation of Ransomware Cases
    • 6C: Financial Investigations with the Use of Emojis and Geo-Location
    • 6D: Session Details Coming Soon
    • 6E: Program Integrity in a Cross-Payer Environment
    • 6F: The Latest Updates: SAS 134 and Changes to AU-240 "Consideration of Fraud in a Financial Statement Audit"
    • 6G: "Pay Me Now or Pay Me Later": How the DOJ Compliance and Ethics Program Evaluation Guidance Makes the Case for Proactive Monitoring
    • 6H: Computer Models for Prioritizing Investigations


    Tuesday, June 23


    8:30-9:45 AM (CT) General Session: Nicholas Thompson


    10:00-10:50 AM (CT) Concurrent Sessions

    • 8A: Organized Fraud Rings Targeting Various Sectors
    • 8B: Fleecing the Flock: Reducing the Risk of Fraud at Religious and Community Organizations
    • 8C: Open-Source Intelligence for Anti-Fraud Professionals
    • 8D: The Establishment of the Compliance Function: The Framework and the Role of Internal Auditing
    • 8E: Innovation Meets Fraud Risk
    • 8F: Vendors and Vendor Contracts: Old Subject, New Tricks
    • 8G: Lessons Learned from Fraud Claims Filed Against CPAs
    • 8H: Workshop: Bringing Down the House: Simulated Case Study of a Successful Social Engineering Attack


    11:05 AM - 12:20 PM (CT) Deep Dive Concurrent Sessions

    • 9A: Healthcare Fraud During a Pandemic
    • 9B: Session Details Coming Soon
    • 9C: Investigative Issues Involving QuickBooks: Trust But Verify
    • 9D: Let's Be Clear: Structuring and Delivering Effective Oral and Written Reports
    • 9E: Digital Money Laundering: Tracing Illicit Assets Across the Cyber Landscape
    • 9F: Using Analytics to Continuously Monitor, Analyze and Expose Risk in Your Company, Sponsored by Lextegrity
    • 9G: Panel Details Coming Soon
    • 9H: 9H: Multi-Dimensional Cyber Communications: It's More Than Notification and Compliance


    12:20-1:20 PM (CT) Lunch Break


    1:20-2:10 PM (CT) General Session: Javier Pena and Stephen Murphy


    2:25-3:40 PM (CT) Deep Dive Concurrent Sessions

    • 11A: Internet of Things: The Good, The Bad, The Ugly
    • 11B: Session Details Coming Soon
    • 11C: Navigating the Dark Web: The Role of Card Marketplaces in an Ever-Evolving Criminal Economy, Sponsored by Gemini Advisory
    • 11D: Interviewing Witness: The Lifeblood of Fraud Investigations
    • 11E: Business Email Compromise
    • 11F: Fraud Analytics: Using the Power of Data in Fraud Detection and Investigations
    • 11G: Effective Communication During Times of Crisis
    • 11H: Combating the Anonymous: Synthetic Identity Fraud, Sponsored by SAS Institute


    3:55-4:45 PM (CT) Concurrent Sessions

    • 12A: Developing and Enhancing an Effective Fraud Risk Compliance Program
    • 12B: Cannabis: Navigating Regulatory Due Diligence and Investor Misconceptions
    • 12C: Identifying and Reacting to Fraud, Waste and Abuse in Healthcare Claims
    • 12D: Listen with Real Understanding: Practicing Empathy in Workplace Investigations
    • 12E: Emerging Fraud Schemes Related to COVID-19 Threats: An FBI Perspective
    • 12F: Follow the Money: Investigating Small Business Cash Transactions
    • 12G: Recent Developments in Whistleblowing
    • 12H: Combating Fraud, Suspect Behavior and Conduct Risk with AI/ML


    Wednesday, June 24

    8:30-9:45 AM (CT) Deep Dive Concurrent Sessions

    • 13A: Panel: Scaling Your Fraud Risk Management Approach
    • 13B: Adopting a Proactive Strategy When Developing and Managing a Compliance Program
    • 13C: From Detection to Investigation: Trends of COVID-19, Sponsored by BAE Systems
    • 13D: Crack the Code on Deception: Body Language Techniques for Fraud Examiners
    • 13E: Fighting Faster Payments Fraud with Machine Learning: Learning from Others' Mistakes, Sponsored by NICE Actimize
    • 13F: Think Like a Fraudster: Mapping the Ways Fraud Could Happen to You
    • 13G: Critical Thinking and Fighting Fraud
    • 13H: Fraud Risk Management: The Internet of Things (IOT) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA)


    10:00-10:50 AM (CT) Concurrent Sessions

    • 14A: What Is the Most Important Letter in Fraud?
    • 14B: Protecting the Aging and Vulnerable Population from Fraud in Uncertain Times
    • 14C: Leveraging Corporate and Open-Source Intelligence in Investigations: A Department of Defense Procurement Fraud Case Study
    • 14D: Fraud Risk Intelligence: Assessing the Unknown Fraud Risk
    • 14E: Legalized Marijuana: Fraud Considerations and Internal Control Nightmares
    • 14F: Anti-Corruption Framework for Auditing and Monitoring Third Parties
    • 14G: Session Details Coming Soon
    • 14H: Cyber Schemes, Hacks and Alternative Currencies


    11:05 AM - 12:20 PM (CT) Deep Dive Concurrent Sessions

    • 15A: Building and Distributing Fraud Awareness Training to Your Employees
    • 15B: Wolves in Sheep's Clothing: Humanitarian Fraudsters
    • 15C: Recent Developments in Proactive and Reactive Investigations: Adjusting to the New Normal
    • 15D: Overcoming Common Challenges in Interviews
    • 15E: Enterprise Compliance: A Case Study
    • 15F: Use AI/ML and Graph Analytics for Fraud Detection, Intervention and Prediction, Sponsored by Expero
    • 15G: An Intelligence-Led Approach to Fraud and Corruption Vulnerability Assessments
    • 15H: Session Details Coming Soon


    12:35-1:25 PM (CT) Closing General Session: Conversation with a Fraudster

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