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Common Frauds: Creating and Improving Anti-Fraud Controls for Businesses 2017

Start Date:
Thursday, 20 April, 2017
End Date:
Friday, 21 April, 2017 6:00pm
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We will discuss the legal issues with data breaches including issues for companies that are victims of data breaches. We will review the best practices for data security. Attendees will be given examples of cyberfrauds, including information on how they occur and internal controls that can help to prevent them. The new requirements for IT controls included in the 2013 COSO update will be discussed. The types of identity theft and methods used by criminals will be discussed, also how individuals and businesses can protect themselves from identity thieves.

The new credit card rules will be reviewed. The compliance requirements of the Federal Trade Commission's Red Flags Rules will be reviewed.Why should you attend :Fraud is an ongoing concern for all businesses. The ability to detect fraud is based on an understanding of how frauds occur. This course will also help participants develop skills in creating and improving anti-fraud controls for businesses.Areas Covered in the Session:The risks of data breachesThe legal issues associated with data breachesBest practices for data securityThe risks of cyberfraudDevelop internal controls to help prevent or detect cyberfraudThe risks of identity theftDevelop internal controls to help prevent or detect identity theftReview the FTC's Red Flags RulesThe risks of credit card fraudDevelop internal controls to prevent and detect credit card fraudThe risks of check fraudDevelop internal controls to prevent and detect check fraudThe risks of accepting counterfeit currencyDevelop internal controls to prevent and detect counterfeit currency Who will benefit:Professions in accounting fields such as Certified Public AccountantsCertified Fraud ExaminersInternal AuditorsExternal AuditorsChief Financial OfficersControllersAccounting ManagersOperations Managers and Business Owners would benefit from taking this courseAdditionally, anyone working in an accounting department or operations, who is responsible for accounting transactions, or compliance procedures within an organization would learn about assessing the risk of data breaches, cyberfrauds, identity theft, credit card frauds, counterfeit currency frauds and check frauds and determining the effectiveness of the internal controls designed to prevent or detect these issues.

All industries and businesses of all sizes are at risk data breaches, cyberfrauds, identity theft, check frauds, credit card frauds and counterfeit currency fraudsAll businesses are at risk of being penalized for compliance lapses. Agenda:Lecture 1:Introduction to fraudEmployee fraudsCustomer fraudsVendor fraudsFraud statisticsLecture 2:Expense reimbursement fraudsInventory fraudsAsset misappropriationsFinancial statement fraudsInternal controls to help detect and prevent fraudLecture 3:The risks involved with data breachesExamples of companies that were victims of data breachesExamples of how data breaches occurredSome of the legal issues for companies that are victims of data breachesBest practices for data securityLecture 4:Examples of various cyberfraudsViruses, Trojan Horses, Rootkits, etc.Social engineering attacks and other methods of hacking your systemInternal controls for preventing & Detecting cyberfrauds Day 2 ScheduleLecture 1:Identity TheftThe types of identity theftHow thieves obtain personal informationInternal controls to prevent & detect new account fraudInternal controls to prevent & detect account takeover fraudInternal controls to prevent & detect pretextingHow individuals and business can protect themselves from becoming victims of identity theftThe FTC's Red Flags Rules Lecture 2:Credit Card FraudMethods for committing credit card fraudThe new credit card rules (Effective 10/1/2015)Internal controls for preventing & detecting credit card fraud Lecture 3:Counterfeit check, forged check and altered check fraudsDisbursement fraudsInternal controls for preventing and detecting check frauds Lecture 4:Counterfeit currency fraudsCash receipts fraudsReporting counterfeit currencyInternal controls for preventing and detecting counterfeit currency fraudsInternal controls for preventing and detecting cash receipts frauds Speaker:Robert K.

Minniti,President and Owner of Minniti CPA, LLC Bob Minniti is the President and Owner of Minniti CPA, LLC. Bob is a Certified Public Accountant, Certified Forensic Accountant, Certified Fraud Examiner, Certified Valuation Analyst, Certified in Financial Forensics, Master Analyst in Financial Forensics, Chartered Global Management Accountant and a licensed private investigator. Bob is currently pursuing a doctoral degree in business administration at Walden University.

Bob received his MBA degree and Graduate Certificate in Accounting from DeVry University's Keller Graduate School of Management, and received his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree from the University of Phoenix. Bob is a professor teaching graduate level courses in accounting, fraud examination, fraud criminology, ethics, forensic accounting, external audit, internal audit, tax, and real estate finance at DeVry University, Grand Canyon University, Northwestern University, and the University of Phoenix.

He has designed graduate and undergraduate courses for Grand Canyon University, Northwestern University, and Anthem College. He is a writer and public speaker. He has experience in forensic accounting, fraud examinations, financial audits, internal audits, compliance audits, real estate valuations, business valuations, real estate financing, internal control development, business continuation planning, risk management, financial forecasting and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance work.

Bob is an instructor teaching continuing professional education classes for the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, CPE Link, The Clear Law Institute and various state CPA Societies. Bob served on the American Board of Forensic Accounting for 5 years the final two years as Chairman of the Board. He also served on the Board of the American College of Forensic Examiners for two years. Location: San Diego, CA Date: April 20th & 21st, 2017 and Time: 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM Venue: Four Points By Sheraton San Diego DowntownAddress: 1617 1st Avenue - San Diego, California, 92101 - United States Price: Register now and save $200. (Early Bird) Price: $1,295.00 (Seminar Fee for One Delegate) Until March 15, Early Bird Price: $1,295.00 From March 16 to April 18, Regular Price: $1,495.00 Register for 5 attendees Price: $3,885.00 $6,475.00 You Save: $2,590.00 (40%)* Quick Contact:NetZealous DBA as GlobalCompliancePanel Phone: 1-800-447-9407Fax: 302-288-6884Email: Follow us on LinkedIn: us our Facebook page: us on Twitter:


Four Points By Sheraton San Diego Downtown 1617 1st Avenue - San Diego,
92101 - United States

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