Cutting budgets? Can’t afford training?
Fraud is a cost too. It has been estimated that internal occupational fraud and abuse costs organizations around 7% of gross revenues. 7 percent! One-fourth of the fraud schemes involve losses greater than $1 million. Most of the frauds are committed by either employees (39.7%) or managers (37.1%). Internal fraud costs your organization a lot of money without ever showing itself on the books as an expense, but it must be controlled as any other costly threat to the organization. Your organization needs to stop this hemorrhage of profits, and it needs to recover what has already been lost. If your organization is trying to cut expenses and save money, don’t allow the expensive disease of fraud and corruption to continue to thrive just because you don’t want to spend money on the less costly knowledge and skills necessary to control the problem.
This award-winning course will help you and your company:
Modules explain the major schemes and provide relevant statistics on cost and frequency, as well as the perpetrators and victims of these crimes. Each scheme is illustrated with several real-life cases. The course clearly outlines prevention, detection and investigation strategies. Essential terms, questions, and discussion issues help students understand and retain the material. Not to be confused with forensic accounting instruction, this course is designed for a broad corporate management audience.
To ensure that your organization will achieve early success in detecting internal fraud and abuse, attendees will receive information on 178 proactive computerized audit queries that can be performed to help uncover potential problems. Attendees will also analyze and retain 18 case studies to help them get a better real-life exposure to fraud in the work-place. If you are interested in pursuing a career as a fraud investigator, this training session is pre-requisite training for CIS' Certified Fraud Control Manager accreditation, and also serves as excellent preparation for ACFE's Certified Fraud Examiner accreditation.
Because they all lead, share, or support various roles and responsibilities that are crucial for controlling fraud within an organization.
This course will explore various business processes and environments to help you better understand how to prevent and detect fraud within your organization. Prior business is experience is recommended, but not required.
Until the right people are properly trained, tasked, and authorized to look for fraud, the only fraud likely to be investigated is fraud which is so blatant and amateur will be investigated. Obviously, any fraud investigator should should first understand how fraud is artfully perpetrated and why. For these reasons, we highly recommend attending this course prior to attending Advanced Interview Techniques for Investigating Internal Fraud and Abuse.
Allen Keele, CEO of Certified Information Security
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Preparing for Certified Information Security's professional fraud control exam #FC101 is serious business.
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Certified Information Security guarantees your success in passing CIS exam #FC101.
If you do not pass exam #FC101 on your first attempt after completion of your required course and practice exams, Certified Information Security will allow you to re-test at no additional charge until you successfully pass your certification exam.