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THE 2020 ACFE FRAUD CONFERENCE EUROPE

April 5-7, 2020 | Copenhagen, Denmark

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Named Lonely Planet's Best City to Visit in 2019, Copenhagen offers an interesting culture, history and the iconic Nyhavn Harbour.

Copenhagen 1

Named Lonely Planet's Best City to Visit in 2019, Copenhagen offers an interesting culture, history and the iconic Nyhavn Harbour.

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Copenhagen is a food lover's paradise. The city's restaurants offer an impressive 22 Michelin stars, and there are options for all price ranges and tastes.

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Copenhagen is a food lover's paradise. The city's restaurants offer an impressive 22 Michelin stars, and there are options for all price ranges and tastes.

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Copenhagen is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. The more than 400 kilometers of cycle paths provide a unique way to see the city.

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Copenhagen is one of the most bicycle-friendly cities in the world. The more than 400 kilometers of cycle paths provide a unique way to see the city.

Venue

Tivoli Hotel & Congress Center

Arni Magnussons Gade 2
1577 Kobenhavn, Denmark
+45 44 87 00 00

Room Rate: DKK 1295 single (inclusive of breakfast and VAT)
Hotel Rate Cut-Off: 5 March 2020
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Speakers

Raj Samani

Chief Scientist, McAfee Fellow, McAfee

Raj Samani is a leading global expert on cybercrime and special advisor to Europol. He is a co-founder of the NoMoreRansom initiative, a multi-company effort working in tandem with law enforcement to pool resources to address the ransomware threat globally. In the last three years, this initiative has grown to include more than 100 partners across the public and private sector, and has spared victims from paying millions of dollars in ransom to criminals.

He is a thought leader, advocating for the victims of cybercrime, the ways to thwart cybercriminals and changing the way that each of us and society view cybersecurity.

Elliot Castro

Ex-fraudster*

Elliot Castro was working in a mobile phone call centre in Glasgow at the age of 15 when he discovered that it was easy to take over the credit card accounts of customers. He had access to enormous amounts of customers’ personal data – and the opportunity to do what he wanted with the sensitive information.

Morally blinded by power and greed, Castro ascended from haircuts and CDs to designer watches worth £30,000 and first-class flights. For five years he was chased by detectives and was finally caught in 2004. He was sent to prison for two years at the age of 22. He had spent about £2 million.

Castro decided to turn his life around when he left prison and became a consultant.

His book, "Other People’s Money", tells the tales of his exploits. Castro makes regular appearances on TV and radio as a guest on consumer affairs, and security and risk.

*The ACFE does not compensate ex-fraudsters.

Stefan Verra

Body Language Expert

Stefan Verra is an international speaker whose career spans more than 20 years. An expert on body language, Verra is a best-selling author and speaks to audiences around the world. He has been featured in the media and is frequently interviewed on TV, radio and in print.

Verra describes body language primarily using neurological and anatomical processes, and distinguishes between functional and nonfunctional body language.

Lewis Woodcock

Head of Cyber Security Operations, A.P. Moller - Maersk

Lewis Woodcock leads the cyber security operations team at Maersk, which includes responsibility for global cyber defence, incident response and cyber threat intelligence. Woodcock has worked for Maersk for six years during which time he has been based in Denmark, the UAE and now the U.K. He has information technology and security experience in a range of industries including maritime, legal and health care.

Bruce Dorris, J.D., CFE, CPA

President and CEO, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

Bruce Dorris is the President and Chief Executive Officer for the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE). He also serves as an advisory member to the ACFE Board of Regents. Dorris has conducted anti-fraud training for the United Nations, the American Bankers Association, colleges and universities around the world, as well as with the FBI, GAO and other federal and state law enforcement agencies in the U.S. Dorris has been with the ACFE for 11 years, previously serving as Vice President and Program Director, and is proud to be involved in the continued growth and professional direction of the world’s largest anti-fraud organization.

Prior to joining the ACFE, Dorris earned his Juris Doctor from the Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University in 1993 and is licensed to practice law in state and federal courts in Texas and Louisiana. He served as a prosecutor in Louisiana for 13 years, focusing primarily on financial crime investigations.

Daily Agenda

What Attendees Are Saying

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“The conference was well managed with excellent presentations from a wide range of speakers.” — Nigel Whitmore
Senior Audit Manager, Imperial Tobacco Group, PLC

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“A well organised event in every aspect. Would definitely recommend for everyone who is in anti-fraud profession. Great opportunity to exchange experience, knowledge and gain contacts.” — Aleksandar Vidovic
CEO, Salviol D.O.O.

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“I really enjoyed that CFEs came from all over the world to discuss responsibly how to tackle corruption, change perceptions, and influence Governments and Multi-National Companies. I am humbled to be a CFE in such a global association.” — Professor David Rosen
Solicitor-Advocate, Darlingtons Solicitors

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