Tracks ranged from “Cyberfraud and Cybersecurity: How Big Are the Threats?” and “Ethics on the Job and in the Field” to “Refining Fraud Detection Techniques” and “What is Working in Auditing for Fraud?
Three excellent speakers led Pre-Conference sessions. Keith Elliott, vice president, Operations & Business Development, Reed Research Limited, led “Cyber Intelligence and Social Media Surveillance Investigations.” During the session, Elliott emphasized that anti-fraud professionals must hold themselves to a higher level of accountability during investigations when using social media and new technology. “But remember, Google is driving the bus.” (Read more from his session at Fraud Conference News.) Vincent M.
A body-language scientist — hired by the woman — observes the negotiations.