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2018 Fraud Conference Canada October 28-31 | Ottawa

The 2018 ACFE Fraud Conference Canada will bring together leading experts in the fight against fraud to share insights and proven best practices on today’s fraud schemes. We’re excited to share the first three keynote speakers: corporate intelligence expert, Chris Mathers; the Auditor General of Canada, Michael Ferguson; and Microsoft Cybersecurity Field CTO, Diana Kelley. Conference details

October 2-3 Workshop: The Anatomy of an Investigation

Investigations are happening everywhere. They cover any topic; harassment in the work place, cyber-bullying, fraud, expense account abuse, conflict of interest, theft of product, irresponsible conduct. Everyone is becoming an investigator. But, to be a good investigator, you need to know the fundamentals. The body of work required is always made of the same parts. […]

Detecting Deception Two Day Workshop/Seminar – September 11 & 12, 2017 – Fraud Detection: Words Never Lie but People Do – Detecting deception in everyday communications

Getting truthful information is an integral part of any business environment. An overview of how linguistic lie detection is used in business, human resource and investigative areas will be presented that will help you become more effective in all your business relationships. As a session participant, you’ll learn the basics of information gathering and how […]

Fraud Investigation Technology – 2 Conference

Wednesday April 5, 2017 (One Day) 7:45 am (Registration) to 4:30pm Location:  BMO INSTITUTE FOR LEARNING 3550 Pharmacy Ave. Toronto, ON M1W 3Z3 Get directions to this location on Google Maps. PRICE:                        EARLY REGISTRATION (UNTIL MARCH 17, 2017) MEMBER RATE:  $249 + HST   NON-MEMBER RATE: $279 + HST AFTER MARCH 17:  MEMBER RATE:  $269 […]

May 26th Dinner Meeting: HEALTH FRAUD – RECOGNIZE IT, REPORT IT, STOP IT

OVERVIEW      Background of OPP Unit Public Health Care – Fraud Types and Cases Studies Private Health Care Fraud Case examples – Insurance Co’s The Impact of Public and Private Health Care Recognize It, Report It, Stop It THE PRESENTER   Dorian Dwyer – Detective Staff Sergeant | Unit Commander, Ontario Provincial Police. Detective Staff Sergeant […]

March 22nd (Part 1) | April 26th (Part 2) Dinner Meetings: Doing The Right Thing

OVERVIEW As Cadburys states “Ethics concern an individual’s moral judgements about right and wrong. Decisions taken within an organisation may be made by individuals or groups, but whoever makes them will be influenced by the culture of the company. The decision to behave ethically is a moral one; employees must decide what they think is […]

April 7th | Fraud Investigation Technology Conference: Hosted by The ACFE Toronto Chapter & The Council of Private Investigators (CPIO)

One Day – Two Tracks TOPICS INCLUDE: Understanding Fraud through Real Life Ivestigations Linda Lister, CFE, CPA, CGA, CMA, DIFA, CFF Senior Manager, Fraud Investigation & Dispute Services – Ernst &Young Summary: During this session, the presenter will use recent fraud investigations to provide an understanding of how the various fraudulent activities were detected and […]

February 24th Dinner Meeting: Digital Evidence and Data Security – How To Protect Against The Types of Fraudulent Schemes Learned in Part 1

OVERVIEW   You will hear about methods you can utilize to protect yourself and your electronic data. You will also learn about the many methods available, things to do, things not to do and how to establish your individual or company protection needs. THE PRESENTER    Alexander Fishbein is recently retired police detective with thirty eight […]

January 26th Dinner Meeting Contemporary Fraudulent Schemes (Part 1)

OVERVIEW       In the early nineties technology began to advance at a rapid rate which changed our daily lives. New ways of Banking, Communicating, Shopping, Dating etc. were created.   Driven by competition as well as the new world market, the speed of change has only increased. The acronyms and many new terms commonly used today […]