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 Join the PBC Chapter for our "The World of Fraud" Seminar

Chapter Event
2/7/2014 8:00 AM
2/7/2014 5:00 PM
Boca Raton | Florida
                                                        $89/pp ----   8 CPEs*
                                                   * Scheduled
Training Time
Topics & Speaker(s)
7:45 8:15 a.m.
8:15 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.
8:30 – 10 a.m.
Registration, breakfast, networking
Introductions, Chapter News                              Wil Brown, Chapter President
“Fraudit” – IIA All-Star Presentation,              Protivity – Pat Mitchell, Managing     
                     with aSoFLA spin !                                                                     Director
Course Overview:
Fraud audits, or “fraudits,” are an increasingly popular tool within Internal Audit’s arsenal of fraud fighting techniques.  This presentation is designed to help the audience understand how they can better combat fraud and misconduct using fraudits. 
Learning Objectives:
The specific learning objectives include:
           Enhancing general understanding of fraud audits
           Reviewing planning and scoping considerations
           Revisiting sampling methodologies
           Learning about sample testing considerations
           Reviewing a fraud audit case study
Pat Mitchell, Pat Mitchell is a Managing Director in Protiviti’s Internal Audit and Financial Advisory Services Practice.  He has over twenty years of internal audit, regulatory compliance and corporate governance experience.  His experience includes managing full outsourcing and co-sourcing internal audit engagements, entity and process risk assessments, audit plan development and execution, process reengineering, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, regulatory compliance, and developing enterprise risk management programs. 
Prior to joining Protiviti, Pat was a Bank Examiner with the United States Department of Treasury’s Office of the Comptroller of the Currency where he was involved in the oversight of a portfolio of Florida-based commercial banks. 
Pat is a Certified Internal Auditor and received his bachelor’s degree from Florida State University and his master’s degree from the University of South Florida. 
10-10:15 a.m
Break, Networking
10:15 - noon
Supply Chain Fraud!                                            Dan Lieberman, Director of Loss  
                                                                                                Prevention for Southeast QSR, LLC,
                                                                                                (Taco Bell/Pizza Hut)
Course Overview:
The presentation will discuss Supply Chain Security as an end-user, using analytics and audits to identify fraud, theft, and under-performing businesses.  Multitudes of data exist regarding sales, inventory, cashier trends, guest satisfaction surveys, H.R. issues, and competitor performance.  Modern Loss Prevention programs must find a way to mine usable data and report outliers without overburdening business leaders with a lot of information overload, or “noise.”  Mining data is only a third of the challenge.  Analysis and action are the next major steps.  We will review actual scorecards and data documents for illustration.
Dan Lieberman is the Director of Loss Prevention for Southeast QSR, LLC, one of the largest franchisees of Yum! Brands, Inc.  Dan’s team provides life safety, loss prevention, investigations, and business support services to 280 Taco Bell and Pizza Hut restaurants. Prior to SE QSR, Dan spent 15 years conducting Corporate Security and Human Resources investigations at Orlando-based Darden Restaurants, Inc.
Dan’s role includes developing business metrics "scorecards" and other operations analysis tools to identify fraud, inappropriate business practices, poor controls, under-performing businesses, etc.  Dan is a former CPP (Certified Protection Professional) and a former member of the ACFE Orlando Chapter. 
He is a subject matter expert on life safety, investigations, revenue management, forensic interviewing, employee relations, and business operations.
Dan has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management and is a member of ASIS, the Reid Institute, and the Loss Prevention Foundation.  You can find more information on Dan on LinkedIn or by emailing him at .
Noon – 1 pm
Lunch, Networking

1 to 2:20 p.m
Add Jenn in here, then go until 3pm
Call it Fraud Panel
Interview Techniques For Fraud Investigators       Dennis White, DW Associates
                                                                                                                          Private Investigator                                                                                             
Course Overview:
In this presentation we will look at basic steps of developing a fraud investigation, evidence collection, and interview techniques to get the most information possible from your subject. We will use examples of real life fraud cases. This presentation encourages audience participation. We will discuss statement analysis and indicators of deception. A segment will be presented on legal aspects of internal investigations.
“Mr. White” is a Certified Fraud Examiner and former police officer. He also worked as a Medicare Fraud investigator and has over 13 years law enforcement and investigative experience. Mr. White also has 13 years of management experience managing teams of 4 to over 40 employees. Mr. White is a licensed private investigator and his firm offers training in interviewing techniques and specialized training in indicators of deception. Mr. White is an active member of The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners since 2009 and a member of Florida Association of Licensed Investigators.
3-3:15 pm
Break, Networking
3:15-4:45 pm
“Data-mining through social media sites”       Mark J. Murnan, CLI, CFE
                                                                                                               Certified Legal Investigator
                                                                                                               Certified Fraud Examiner     
Course Overview:
Mark J. Murnan is a Certified Legal Investigator and a Certified Fraud Examiner. A former staff investigator for the Southern District of Florida Federal Public Defender, he has over 30 years investigative experience in both public and private sectors, and has assisted counsel in a myriad of criminal defense cases. Mark’s agency, Complete Legal Investigations, Inc., focuses on criminal defense and civil/plaintiff personal injury investigations.  Mark has written extensively for professional journals and often lectures on investigative procedure
Mark is a past regional director for the National Association of Legal Investigators, a member of several national professional associations, and is Past President of the Florida Association of Licensed Investigators. He is committed to improving the perception of private investigators throughout the country by addressing issues facing PIs, including education, privacy concerns and access to public records.
CAE Roundtable
7:30-8:20 a.m.
Topic: Fraud experiences, how to plan for fraud, how to investigate fraud, fraud communications, proactive versus reactive.
Boca Raton Police and Fire Training Complex
6500 Congress Avenue
Boca Raton, Florida 33487