Your health and safety are our top priorities. Due to the evolving situation with COVID-19, we are moving the 32nd Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference to a robust online virtual platform.

Sessions

The virtual 32nd Annual ACFE Global Fraud Conference offers unparalleled opportunity to gain the knowledge, resources and connections you need to break through in the fight against fraud.

The virtual conference agenda will feature eight tracks of concurrent sessions, general sessions featuring keynote speakers and networking opportunities.

Speakers and session descriptions will be added soon, but here's a preview of some of this year's sessions.

Educational Sessions

Attend and choose from more than 90 educational sessions led by experts from the world's top organizations. Can't be in more than session at once? You'll have access to session recordings for one year following the event.

Track A: Fraud Awareness and Deterrence

  • Develop Partnerships to Level Up Your Fraud Program
  • Auditing the Culture of Compliance
  • Fraud Precognition: Crystal Balls, Tarot Cards and Other Risk Management Tools
  • Re-Envisioning Corporate Governance to Fight Fraud
  • Charting a New Course: Basic Concepts and Best Practices of Corporate Monitorships
  • Strengthen Your Corporate Culture and Anti-Fraud Program With the Latest DOJ Guidance
  • Business Integrity Reviews of Vendors
  • Fraud Risks Associated with Recently Enacted Revenue Recognition Standard
  • Panel Discussion: Wirecard Fraud, PCAOB Inspections and Audit Quality Criticism
  • Improving the Effectiveness of Your Fraud Program
  • Identifying and Investigating Money Laundering Schemes

Track B: Fraud Prevention and Detection

  • Compliance Monitoring and Analysis
  • Integrating Investigative Approaches into Forensic Audits
  • Panel Discussion: Perspectives From In-House Forensic Accountants
  • Driving Results with Compliance Controls and Risk Management
  • Using Marketplaces for Valuable OSINT Data, Sponsored by Skopenow
  • Professional Skepticism: The Power of Fraud Knowledge
  • Root Cause or Causal Factor: Why It Matters
  • Pandemic Survival Guide: Fraud Prevention and Detection Best Practices for CPAs
  • 3 Ways to Amplify Your Compliance and Risk Program

Track C: Fraud Investigation and Remediation

  • Lessons Learned About Conducting Remote Investigations
  • Virtual Reality: Investigations Present and Future
  • What’s a Defrauded Investor to Do? Detecting and Investigating Stockbroker Fraud
  • So You Want to Be a Fraud Investigator?
  • Are You Ready for Post-Pandemic Fraud Examinations?
  • The Art of Investigation
  • Combatting Fraud in International Development Financing
  • Investigating for Errors, Irregularities and Fraud in Cash Accounts
  • Value and Opportunity: An Executive Guide to Procurement Integrity, Sponsored by SAS

Track D: Fraud Schemes and Case Studies

  • Lessons Learned From Tracking a Deceptive Mastermind
  • Panel Discussion: Understanding and Addressing the Complex Intersection of Elder Financial Exploitation
  • Choose Your Own Adventure: An Interactive Case Study in Fraud Detection
  • Effective Strategies to Combat Rising E-Commerce and Online Fraud
  • The Virtual Doctor: Telehealth Health Care Fraud
  • The Investigation Game: Case of the Cash-Flow Fiasco
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Fraud: The Perfect Storm
  • Fraud in Government Programs: Unique and Not So Unique Compliance Dilemmas
  • Procurement Fraud in International Operations
  • Election Fraud: A Primer
  • First, Do No Harm: Health Care Fraud and Financial Crime

Track E: Emerging Trends and Issues

  • Health Care Fraud in the Time of COVID-19: Current Trends and New Risks
  • How Biometrics Will Stop the Top 3 COVID-Influenced Fraud Schemes, Sponsored by Nuance
  • Seeing What You Want to See: How Confirmation Bias Affects Fraud Examinations
  • The Use of Synthetic Identities to Commit Pandemic-Related Frauds
  • Managing the Data Privacy Landscape
  • How Efficient Investigations Improve Customer Experience and Reduce Fraud, Sponsored by LexisNexis
  • Fraud Risks in Fintech Banking Relationships
  • Financial Statement Fraud Risk Post-Pandemic
  • Mitigating Financial Crime Exposure Through Digital Identity

Track F: Auditing for Fraud and Data Analytics

  • Reducing the Dreaded False Positives
  • Using Artificial Intelligence for Fraud Deterrence and Detection
  • Data Visualization Techniques in Fraud Investigation
  • Audit 2025: 5 Predictions for the Future
  • Internal Audit's Approach to Fraud Risk Management
  • Data Science in Compliance and Fraud Detection

Track G: Professional Development and Ethics

  • Leading Your Anti-Fraud Team through Tumultuous Times
  • Mastering Your People-Centric Skills
  • Emotional Intelligence: The "Je Ne Sais Quoi" That Sets You Apart
  • An Ethical Openness Framework: The Path to Better Ethical Decision-Making
  • Ethics and Integrity in Turbulent Times: From Buzzwords to Behavior
  • Fraudster Research
  • Whistleblowing Solutions: The Dos and Don'ts
  • Your Brand as a CFE

Track H: Cyberfraud and Cybersecurity

  • There's No Such Thing as Cryptocurrency Crime
  • Loot Boxes and Gold: How Video Games Are The Next Frontier for Digital Fraud
  • Business Identity Theft: A Popular and Growing Tactic, Sponsored by Dun and Bradstreet
  • Learning From the SolarWinds Cyberattack: 10 Ways to Protect Your Organization Now
  • Hey, Siri! Do Mobile Wallets Cause More Risk?
  • The Future of Cybercrime: AI, Deepfakes and Beyond
  • Choose Your Breach
  • Social Media Fraud: Meet the Avatar
  • Case Studies in Cyberattacks and Digital Currency
  • Cyber Sherlocks: How Technological Change Is Disrupting Digital Forensics

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