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How to Recognize Fraud Patterns Like a Pro Detective

Published September 22, 2020 12:43

Audit Net.72.Sm A recent survey report, Fraud in the Wake of COVID-19: Benchmark Report, prepared by the ACFE, explains that recent events have opened the door to increased pressure, reasonings and opportunities that can lead to occupational fraud. Across all classes of fraud schemes 68% of survey respondents reported increases in fraudulent activity as of May 2020 and 93%o reported they expect an increase in fraud over the next 12 months.
A recent survey report, Fraud in the Wake of COVID-19: Benchmark Report, prepared by the ACFE, explains that recent events have opened the door to increased pressure, reasonings and opportunities that can lead to occupational fraud. Across all classes of fraud schemes 68% of survey respondents reported increases in fraudulent activity as of May 2020 and 93%o reported they expect an increase in fraud over the next 12 months.

To guide auditors in running detective controls, join Mark Nigrini, West Virginia University Professor and author, and Jeffrey Sorensen, Industry Strategist, for an exclusive review of the fingerprints of fraud numbers. This two-person team will review seven categories of fraud numbers and will demonstrate how to identify these types of numbers using audit software.

In this informative and engaging presentation, attendees will:
● Learn the seven categories of fraud numbers
● Understand which categories are linked to specific types of schemes
● Optimize the steps needed to run the tests
● Interpret the results to identify audit targets
● Apply a second layer of steps to reduce the number of false positives

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