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DC Chapter of the ACFE Cyber Crime and Identity Theft 11/8/2010

Cyber Crime

As criminals become increasingly sophisticated, the number and breadth of fraud schemes directed towards commercial payments have increased. Our presenter will set the groundwork by examining recent cases of commercial payments fraud (ACH, Wire Transfer, and Check Fraud); provide perspectives on how this fraud is evolving; and discuss what it means for banks and business.

This training is designed to help identify and become more aware of Cyber Fraud Schemes.

Identity Theft

This training will assist and teach you about the crime of identity theft and will provide detailed information to help you deter, detect, and defend against identity theft.  Financial investigators will learn how to aid clients in the detection and prevention of identity theft.  Law enforcement will learn how to obtain resources and how to help victims of identity theft.  As a consumer, you can learn how to avoid identity theft – and learn what steps you need to take when your identity is stolen.  

In addition, you will learn about credit freeze which allows you to restrict access to your credit reports and assist you in helping you to advise and protect your clients. 


Who should attend:

·         Certified Fraud Examiner and anti-fraud specialists

·         Special investigation unit personnel

·         Loss prevention and security professional

·         Criminal investigators from local, state and federal agencies

·         Detectives and private investigators

·         Internal and independent auditors lawyers, prosecutors and other professionals

DATE:       Monday – November 8, 2010


TIME:       8:00AM – 1:30PM (Training starts promptly at 8:30AM)


LOCATION:     The Sumner School and Museum in Washington, DC

1201 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC (near Farragut North Metro Station)


COST:       (Includes breakfast and lunch)

Chapter Members: $45

Non Chapter Members: $55


CPE Credits: This course offers an opportunity to earn 4 continuing professional education credits.



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